By Iman Noorbakhsh
Need to reform banks' structure
Following Iran's nuclear agreement with the P5+1 group, Foreign Minister Zarif made his regional tours to brief neighboring countries on parameters of the deal. This reveals Tehran's policy on developing its international relations. But, Zarif's meeting with his Russian counterpart Lavrov in Moscow was also of great importance. As a member of the P5+1 group, Russia can reflect the group's stance.
Turkey not a leading player
Studies show that the factors which contributed to Iran's economic growth in the year to mid-March 2015 are either no longer at play in the current year or have activated reverse mechanisms. Apparently, given the country's current economic outlook, the factors will not begin to have a positive bearing on the domestic financial system until the removal of Western sanctions. This will lead to a decline in the economic growth by this winter.
Three obstacles to economic growth
Following a nuclear agreement with the P5+1 group, Iran has entered into a new foreign policy discourse. The country seeks to expand its diplomatic cooperation in the Middle East that has faced wars and crises for the past four years.
Iran-Russia ties in post-deal era

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