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US Sanctions and Adversity: Report

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The ‘Global Economy and Sanctions’ conference in Tehran brought together local and foreign academia, experts and government dignitaries to exchange views on the destructive motives behind the sanctions US governments impose on countries
US Sanctions and Adversity: ReportUS Sanctions and Adversity: Report

Three senior aides to President Hassan Rouhani spoke this week at an international meeting in Tehran and reexamined the Donald Trump’s economic war on the Iranian people.
Foreign Minister Mohammad Javad Zarif, Vice-President for Legal Affairs Laya Joneydi and central bank boss Abdolnasser Hemmati said how the United States has tried and failed to break independent peoples and is unable to play the bully round the globe. 
The international conference on "Global Economy and Sanctions" was held Oct. 9-10 at the prestigious Alzahra University in collaboration with the Ministry of Science, Research and Technology’s Center for International Scientific Studies and Collaboration. 
It brought together local and foreign economic experts and government dignitaries to exchange views on the destructive motives behind sanctions US governments impose on countries opposed to US bullying and impact of the US provocations on the common people and world economies. 
Zarif, the first keynote speaker looked at the “altered rankings of major economies” and expansion of the communications and IT sector, which have given unprecedented momentum to banking and financial transactions, and have globalized the distribution and exchange of goods and services.

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