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    • 02.10.12 | 14:47 (IST)

    pres. a. may tell u.s. & world t.v. viewers that the sanctions are having no affect but when a country loses 1/3 or 1/4 % of it's currency they are paying the price. even their main supporters russia & china will be influenced by their currency devaluation when they sell them products. do you thin russia & china will absorb the loss when they can sell product on the world market for a better price? i don't think so!

    from the article: U.S. hails sharp decline in value of Iranian currency as proof sanctions are working
    First published 01:10 02.10.12 | Last updated 01:10 02.10.12
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