Contraction policy suffocated Iran’s capital market

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Over the past four years, Iran’s capital market has not been able to grow as it must have due to the government’s contraction policy, according to Mahmoud Reza Khajeh Nasiri, CEO of Arman Investment Bank and former markets inspector at Tehran Exchange Market (TSE)
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