Tehran (IP) - The candidate of the 13th presidential election in Iran said that he would solve people's economic problems with more power than the central bank's tenure if he were elected as president.

Iran PressIran news: On the sidelines of recording of his radio program on the Radio of the Islamic Republic of Iran Broadcasting (IRIB) on Saturday evening, Abdolnasser Hemmati, in response to Iran Press question, stated that sanctions had terrible effects on the country’s economy and had kept Iran's economic growth at a meager average over the past decade.

The candidate of the 13th round of the presidential election in Iran emphasized that economic problems could be solved as soon as possible through internal and external interaction.

Abdolnasser Hemmati added: "By solving problems, economic actors can be directed towards more production, and production is not possible without economic stability in the country."

Hemmati stated: "His government plans to achieve 5% annual economic growth for the next four years."


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