Don't expect a nuclear deal to work miracles on Iran's economy. It would be a miracle to bring inflation down, cause prices to fall, pull business out of recession, provide employment for six million people, increase economic growth to 8 percent, bring rain on drought-hit lands and root out government corruption in a short span of time. Furthermore, a potential agreement would not improve Iran's relations with some neighboring states overnight and turn the Middle East into a nukes-free region.
Iran in the wake of nuclear accord
Oil Minister Bijan Namdar Zanganeh has issued a directive notifying Iran's special plan to boost the export of furnace oil and diesel.
Iran's new output strategy amidst int'l oil market chaos
President Hassan Rouhani has delegated the initial development of domestic capital market and enforcement of fiscal discipline over government spending to members of the administration's economic team.
Government's three-pronged mission to improve economy
Iranian nuclear negotiators have been set in motion efforts to finalize a politically and technically good deal. The Iranian diplomats were able to achieve most of the goals that were set as the country's rights. So, we can be hopeful that the remaining differences between Iran and the P5+1 group will be resolved during these forthcoming days.
Nuclear deal and Middle East
Ambitions of Turkey's ruling Justice and Development Party (AKP) and Erdogan’s dauntlessness to fulfill his dream of changing the constitution and his government system through holding the recent elections as well as developments in north Syria have faced a serious challenge inside and outside the country.
Depth of Turkey’s wandering in foreign policy

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