Iranians abandon meat for bread as riyal drop fires protests
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Iranians abandon meat for bread as riyal drop fires protests

Tehrān : Iran | Oct 04, 2012 at 4:40 PM PDT
Source: The Daily Star
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A vendor inspects Iranian rials at a currency exchange shop in Baghdad, October 4, 2012. Thaier al-Sudani) Iran's freefalling currency is turning meat into a luxury, sparking overnight price surges and spurring shoppers to stockpile goods. Most of my customers just look at products behind the window... FULL ARTICLE AT The Daily Star
 
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