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Market Stagnation Keeps Laptop, Tablet Prices Steady in Iran
Market Stagnation Keeps Laptop, Tablet Prices Steady in Iran
Monday, September 10, 2018

Market Stagnation Keeps Laptop, Tablet Prices Steady in Iran

With the public digging deep into their pockets to get their hands on essential commodities, their lack of interest in laptops and tablets has left the sector stagnant and prices have remained more or less unchanged
Monday, September 10, 2018

Market Stagnation Keeps Laptop, Tablet Prices Steady in Iran

As commodities in Iran are experiencing price jumps, costs of two electronic goods, namely laptops and tablets, have remained more or less untouched by the tumultuous economic circumstances, with market insiders attributing the steady prices to market stagnation.
The largely "stable" laptop and tablet market in Iran prompted ILNA to interview a market insider on the reasons behind the consistency of prices of the two gadgets.
Peyman Iravani, a member of Iran Information Technology Union, explained why the prices have remained flat, saying laptops and tablets are no longer among the items average Iranians purchase.
Iravani said, "When someone is having troubles buying essential goods, they would not consider purchasing laptops or tablets."
 

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