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Iranians are Still Waiting for a Dramatic Economic Change

Iranians still waiting for dramatic economic change

Despite signs of overall improvement since the nuclear deal, some Iranian business owners say they have yet to benefit.



Shoppers stroll among the booths of Tehran's Grand Bazaar [Wojtek Arciszewski/Al Jazeera]

by Megan O'Toole

Tehran - The Grand Bazaar in Iran's capital bustles with shoppers strolling past stacks of gold brocade pillowcases, rows of gleaming coffeepots and bins filled with red barberries.

The din of afternoon chatter echoes off the bazaar's high ceilings. But inside Mohsin Daliri's small shop, only one or two customers linger to inspect his piles of lush Persian carpets; they eventually leave without a purchase.


'After Nowruz, business was really bad,' says shop owner Mohsin Daliri [Wojtek Arciszewski/Al Jazeera]

Daliri tells Al Jazeera that despite expectations of a swift economic recovery after Iran's landmark 2015 nuclear deal, many businesses are continuing to suffer.

"There have been no tangible changes in the market. There was hope upon hope that things would get better, but in reality, it stayed the same. My business is suffering from stagnation. There is no positive impulse in the market," he says, noting that despite the lifting of sanctions, some Western countries were still not importing his wares.

"After Nowruz [the Iranian new year], business was really bad. Many merchants haven't reopened their stores and have even laid off staff … People believe the nuclear deal was fake," Daliri adds. "All we got were three aeroplanes and nothing else. Banking transactions, the use of credit cards - none of this was fixed, and this is very important for moving the market forward."

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