Messing Up the Mullahs

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Author(s) Peter Brookes
Source New York Post
Date May 29, 2007
Quotes-start.png "Iran's economy is certainly vulnerable. It just started rationing gasoline - and relies on imports for 40 percent of its needs. We might look at getting key suppliers, like the United Arab Emirates and India, to cut back. Another option is to target the government's economic mismanagement: Buy up and flood the international market with Iranian rials, devaluing the currency and sending already high inflation and unemployment further skyward." Quotes-end.png

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