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Iran Pharmaceutical Importers Body Elaborates on Supply Shortage

Pharmaceutical Importers Body  Elaborates on Supply Shortage Pharmaceutical Importers Body  Elaborates on Supply Shortage

Iran government’s fight with hoarding is heating up. 
Back-to-back reports being published on police confiscating goods in warehouses across the country are meant to assure people that, despite economic upheavals, the government seeks to protect them from hardship and exploitation.
However, this policing strategy of confiscating goods has impinged on the commercial liberties of pharmaceutical firms and honest traders. 
“Iranian government committed several mistakes in its policies on foreign currency market and now, economic players are being treated with suspicion,” Nasser Riahi, chairman of Iranian Pharmaceutical Importers Association, told Tehran Chamber of Commerce, Industries, Mines and Agriculture’s news outlet.
“Such an approach is against the presumption of innocence, the principle that one is considered innocent unless proven guilty.”

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