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Iran's Economy in Tatters

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Submitted by Debbie (United States), Dec 25, 2008 22:39

I believe Iran has even more tough times ahead, because oil is their mainstay, and the US is using less of it, and beginning to develop new sources of energy. ( Windmills are going up in numerous states too.) Many Americans have cut back on travel, and bought smaller cars getting better gas mileage. We Americans can conserve, when we want to or feel we are being gouged as we were when oil was over $100.00 a barrel.

If our economy is bad, the world's economy will take a dive too. Hopefully it will stall Iran's Uranium enrichment program, because of lack of funding.


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