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2015, year of economic boom for Iran: IMF

Tehran, Jan 3, IRNA – International Monetary Fund has predicted a prosperous economic year for Iran in 2015.
  In its latest report, the organization has outlined the perspective for the Iranian economy in 2015, predicting seven improving infrastructure indicators for the country.

The IFM projected a 2.2% real GDP growth for the Islamic Republic of Iran in 2015.

The figure shows a drop from 2.3% that was predicted in its earlier report in April.

The Iranian economy which experienced a new growth rate in 2014 after two years of recession is now to have a better year ahead.

According to the purchasing power parities, Iran’s Gross National Growth rate is predicted to increase by 53 billion dollars in 2015 compared with the last year. Based on consumer price index in the previous year, the GNP rate which stood at 402 billion dollars in 2014 will rise to 417 billion dollars this year.

Iran’s real GDP growth picked up in 2014 with 1.5% growth and is expected to grow further by 2.2% in 2015, after two years of negative economic growth, IMF said.

In the report, the IMF has also published its downward revisions for the World’s economic growth.



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