Iran High Prices Mostly Result of Subsidies Reforms, Donya Says
High prices and unemployment are the country’s main issues and they can be solved by focusing on local production, Larijani said during a meeting with a cleric in the city of Qom, according to the Tehran-based newspaper.
Precise planning is needed to address the problems, Larijani said, without providing details.
Iran’s government started in December 2010 a five-year program to gradually remove food and energy subsidies.
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