Irans Parliament Passes 10% Fuel Price Rises After Rejecting Proposed 28% Hike
The outgoing conservative-dominated Iranian parliament took a final swipe at the reformist policies of President Mohammad Khatamis government last week by taking much of the sting out of a key element of the budget proposed for next year, which included a substantial rise in Irans heavily subsidized fuel and power prices.
President Khatamis government proposed raising the price of...
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