Capital outflow of $171 billion from Iran in 16 years


A review of statistics released by the Central Bank shows that over the past 16 years, from 2005 to 2020, about $170 billion and $617 million of capital has flowed out of Iran, which in recent years has peaked in housing purchases and investments in neighboring countries such as Turkey, Georgia and UAE are seen by Iranians.

In addition to the outflow of investment, the reverse trends and the inflow of capital and investors into the country’s economy have been greatly reduced due to sanctions, and we must add the cost of depreciation of projects to this issue.

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