Iran’s merchants find costly workarounds to US economic sanctions

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    Prices for imported goods have skyrocketed in Iran since former US president Donald Trump withdrew from the 2015 nuclear deal and imposed economic sanctions on the country. Merchants and consumers are continuing to bear the costs.

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