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A crude pain

9 January 2012 By Una Galani

The Islamic Republic can probably cope with a decline in oil revenue and restrictions on its central bank. But tighter sanctions will worsen already high inflation and put extreme pressure on the rial. President Ahmadinejad risks political fallout, however he chooses to respond.

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