Economy, Domestic Economy

‘I Don’t Buy’ Campaign Based on False Premises

‘I Don’t Buy’ Campaign Based on False Premises‘I Don’t Buy’ Campaign Based on False Premises

Although Iranian athletes and celebrities initiated the “I don’t buy” campaign in good faith, it is doomed because of a combination of several factors.
This was stated by veteran businessman and former president of Iran Chamber of Commerce, Industries, Mines and Agriculture, Mohsen Jalalpour, in reference to a campaign recently launched by Iranian footballing legend Ali Karimi.
In an Instagram post last week, Karimi urged people not to buy gold, automobiles and all items, the prices of which have gone up over the past few weeks to rid the country of “middlemen and thieves”. Many athletes and celebrities have joined his campaign, reposting his message and hashtagging “I don’t buy”. 


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