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September 2004 / No. 31


Losing $12 Billion to Dubai

Investors who transfer their capital from Iran to the other side of the Persian Gulf mention investment insecurity, as well as problems related to bank interest rates and facilities as the main cause for the transfer. more ...

 

Living with Dollarization

Such historical experience suggests that investors have short memories for sin; certainly their memories donít extend over centuries or even decades. Nevertheless, the original sin argument is politically attractive because it absolves countries of responsibility for their current condition. more ...

Contents

:: Interactive


Interactive

 

:: Cover Story


Combating Unemployment and Inflation

How Can Iran Go Global?

:: Petrochemicals


Asians Join Iranís Petchem Investors

Implementing Engineering Polymers Project

:: Oil & Gas


Pouring Oil on the Flames

OPEC Powerless to Lower Prices

:: Global Economy


Globalizing Iranís Economy

The Middle Eastís Role in World Trade

:: Q & A


Raja Roars On

:: Science & Technology


Bushehr Nuclear Power Plant Update

 

 

:: Economy


Interaction for Integration in the Global Economy

Smuggling an Economic Phenomenon

:: Trade & Business


Crucial Iran-Iraq Relations

Losing $12 Billion to Dubai

Living with Dollarization

Iran-Turkey Neighborly Ties

Iran-Azerbaijanís 10 Agreements

:: Banking


Bank Tejarat, Iranís Best Bank

:: Sports


Iranís Olympic Accomplishments

 

Special Report

One World, One Quality Management System

 

 

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