Crushed by financial sanctions and needing real money (gold) in order to purchase food and necessities, Iran yesterday banned the export of gold and gold coins from the country without a special license from the Iranian Central Bank.
The Iranian Customs department blamed the export ban on extreme fluctuations in Iran’s markets (i.e. hyperinflation of the Rial).
Any Iranians planning on fleeing the nation ahead of a Western attack with REAL NON HYPER-DEFLATING WEALTH better have held it in silver.
Iran has prohibited exports of gold and golden coins from the country, without the license issued by country’s Central Bank, Mehr reported.
Deputy Director of Iranian Customs’ Technical Department Mohammad Rza Naderi said that because of exchange rate fluctuations at Iran’s markets, it has been decided to ban the export of gold to other countries.
All of Iran’s customs have been notified of the ban, so that no gold or gold coins would be exported from Iran without proper license from the Central Bank, Naderi said, adding that gold export from Iran should be going through strict control.