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Iranian Government Pulling Cellphone Market Out of Disarray

Recent reports are signaling a recovery in the mobile phone market as the government’s new forex policy has accelerated imports and belated anti-corruption state measures are hoped to lead to the distribution of fairly priced handsets in the market in the
Iranian Government Pulling Cellphone Market Out of Disarray Iranian Government Pulling Cellphone Market Out of Disarray
The shortage of mobile phones in the market is apparently in its final days as reports suggest more than 600,000 handsets will be cleared from customs warehouses in the very near future

In a move aimed at soothing the disheveled Iranian mobile phone market, the government of President Hassan Rouhani has sped up the release of handsets from customs warehouses and in the coming days some 600,000 cellphones will receive clearance and enter the market.
During recent weeks, as the people were preoccupied with price jumps in the mobile phone market, they came to realize that purchase is not possible even at exorbitant prices as profiteering practices together with government import policies had hampered imports and the distribution chain of handsets.
However, as evidenced by positive signals from the government, the shortage of mobile phones in the market is apparently in its final days as reports suggest more than 600,000 handsets will be cleared from customs warehouses in the very near future, reported Zoomit.
Furthermore, the government in collaboration with legal authorities is moving ahead with a clampdown on profiteers. 
 

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