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Iran traders open shutters again

Tehrān : Iran | Oct 06, 2012 at 10:32 AM PDT
Source: BBC
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The bazaar's traders brought down the shutters in protest at growing economic turmoil triggered by an unprecedented currency collapse. Money changers triggered clashes with police on Wednesday that led to an angry demonstration against President Ahmadinejad's government, accusing it of mismanagement... FULL ARTICLE AT BBC
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The fall suggests Iranians are rushing to buy dollars and other foreign currency because of economic uncertainty
The fall suggests Iranians are rushing to buy dollars and other foreign currency because of economic uncertainty
 
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