In the current situation, according to world statistics, Iran tops the list of the 10 countries with the highest growth in inflation and ranks fourth on the list after countries like Venezuela, Sudan and Zimbabwe. .
According to many government experts, if the trend of economic conditions and inflation continues like this, it will lead to triple-digit inflation and the start of a “Venezuelan economy” after a short period, and to put it simply, l Iran’s economy will be plunged into the valley of collapse.
In this regard, Masoud Daneshamand, member of the Iranian Chamber of Commerce, said:
“If the Iranian economy continues this trend, the country’s economy will become a Venezuelan economy. Venezuela’s economy has collapsed. If we fail to solve our problems in these areas, we will take the same path as Venezuela and the devaluation of the national currency, inflation, unemployment, etc. will increase.
He predicted: “Inflation will rise as now if it is now 40%, it will reach 55% at the end of the year. The figure of 55 or 60% for inflation is too much. (public daily, Setareh-e-Sobh, October 5, 2021)
The result of such a catastrophic economy would be an increase in immigration among the country’s youth, especially students and educators. A government expert on Iran’s shocking immigration figures said:
“Iran’s resident population is around 70 million. Because according to official IMF statistics, 500,000 people migrate from our country every year. The Iranian statistics center in 2019 estimated the figure at 700,000. ”(State Daily Jamaran, August 7, 2021)
According to today’s statistics, more than 250,000 Iranian engineers and doctors and more than 170,000 Iranians with higher education degrees live in the United States and more than 15% of Iranian human capital has traveled to the United States and 25% in Europe. Currently, the total number of doctors in the country, including general practitioners, specialists and dentists, is 108,000.
Much of the country’s elite also emigrated due to national restrictions and the regime’s crackdown on individual freedoms. They now live abroad, killing in them all hope and motivation to help the progress of their country. Without a doubt, if these elites were inside the country, they could help solve the country’s problems. But this is the regime’s last concern, which is turning the country into scorched earth.
“Statistics show that alongside the migration of scientific experts, doctors and engineers, there is an increasing migration of adolescent figures among the Olympics and those accepted in different academic disciplines in the privileged ranks of entrance exams, which , at the discretion of families to continue their studies and to draw the horizon of a bright future, ”declared the state daily Jahan-e-Sanat on October 4, 2021, of the migration of specialists from the country, especially young elite.
The economic crises of recent years and unfavorable social and social conditions have dramatically increased the immigration statistics of Iranian students, and this growth continues, which means the loss of human and financial capital for a less developed country.
Social and economic crises have not only led to the immigration of the country’s elite and students, but has also triggered internal migration, and many poor people from small villages and counties are being pushed to the fringes of metropolises. . Something that has increased social crises, especially among young people.
“Misguided economic policies (read raiding policies) have demonstrated their effects by inundating migration from rural and disadvantaged areas to metropolitan areas. The consequences of this discussion are the phenomenon of marginalization of metropolises like Mashhad, which consequently increases the cost of city services and doubles the management difficulties.
“The city already has one of the largest marginal textures in the country. The head of the Iranian House Chamber said: “If today some social problems such as drug addiction, begging, etc. have distorted the image of our cities, one of the factors affecting it must be sought in the economy.