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Comic Con 2015 Rawrs Onto The Scene
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SCRIPT:O ministro das Finanças iraniano, Shamsedin Hosseini, criticou as sanções impostas pelos países ocidentais ao Irã. As declarações foram feitas durante a assembleia do Fundo Monetário Internacional e do Banco Mundial em Tóquio. Os países ocidentais endureceram drasticamente as sanções contra o regime de Teerã nos últimos anos, o que acabou afetando as exportações de petróleo e provocou uma grande desvalorização de sua moeda. Mas segundo o ministro, o Irã está adotando medidas para conter a queda.Sonora 1: Shamseddin Hosseini, Ministro das Finanças do Irã“Durante os últimos meses e especialmente nos últimos 10 dias, temos testemunhado o aumento do crescimento do nosso mercado de ações. Durante os últimos seis meses, a bolsa iraniana cresceu 12%”.Hosseini ainda chamou as sanções de "guerra econômica". As negociações entre os países liderados pelos Estados Unidos e o Irã, para que este interrompa seus projetos nucleares, fracassaram diversas vezes nos últimos anos. ...............................................................SHOTLIST:TOQUIO, 12 OUT 2012, FONTE : AFPTV- SOUNDBITES- VAR Shamseddin Hosseini entering a room in the Iranian embassy in Tokyo- VAR journalists and Hosseini - VAR room- VAR Hosseini leaving
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Comic Con 2015 Rawrs Onto The Scene
Meet and greet with Zulu, the velociraptor.
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