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Sanctions hit Iranian farmers hard
Ancient local traditions like cultivation of roses likely to be jeopardised.
Last Modified: 09 Jun 2012 08:07



With talks over Iran's nuclear programme breaking down, the country is likely to face even tougher sanctions.

Farmers have been hit hard. Limits on exports could even jeopardise Iran's 2,500-year-old Mohammadi rose harvesting and rose-water production tradition.

Imran Khan reports from central Iran.

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Al Jazeera
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