International Finance Corporation, a member of the World Bank Group, and Capital Intelligence Credit Ratings in separate reports predicted the economic outcomes of the nuclear deal between Iran and P5+1.
Iran's macroeconomic outlook improves
Iran's economy
In an analysis of Iran's economy, The Economist has reviewed GDP fluctuations in national economy over 50 years and presented a report on the future impacts of the nuclear deal on major economic indices.
Ten-year economic forecast
"It always seems impossible until it’s done”: The words of a man who made the impossible come true – Nelson Mandela – resonated with me on July 14, when the seven countries around the table in Vienna, under the steer of the European Union, finally reached a deal on Iran’s nuclear program. After decades of tensions and distrust, 12 years of hope and fear and 22 months of intense, difficult, highly technical and political negotiations, we had finally made it. Will this turn a page in Iran’s relations with the rest of the world? Commentators are divided and the debate is still heated. I understand the reasons behind the skepticism. But I believe a new chapter really is about to be opened.
Iran agreement is a disaster for ISIL
By Laurent Fabius
Working for a safer world
Nuclear deal not only marks a turning point in Iran’s relations with world powers, the United States in particular, but also opens a new chapter in international interactions especially between independent and hostile states. The world today needs new attitudes to put an end to all old hostile approaches and adopt new rational, effective ones.
Miracle of negotiations

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