Iran sanctions: The view from the bazar – BBC News

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The second stage of the US re-imposed economic sanctions on Iran comes into effect today.
The sanctions, which came after US president Donald Trump pulled out of the nuclear deal, will this time extend to Iran’s oil industry, shipping, insurance and central bank. But what impact do these sanctions already have on everyday life in Iran?
The BBC’s Ali Hashem visited Isfahan, Iran’s third biggest city, and he brings in this report a rare glimpse of how businesses there are coping.

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