There is plenty of money inside Iran's $1000 Billion PPP economy, but like most inefficient developing countries the puppet mullahs do not know how to harness this wealth effectively.
Then there is the $1500 billion worth of assets held by expatriate Iranians numbering 5 million, whom the donkey Western intelligence puppet mullahs do not know how to persuade these SKILLED Iranians to either invest in Iran or even come back to the country.
Then there is the $500 billion held in foreign banks as black money in off-shore accounts by corrupt mafiaesque Iranians, inside Iran.
Instead it must rely, like some failed state, on beggar handouts from well meaning big powers such as China, Russia and Turkey.
At a strategic level Iran MAY be developing the Bravar long range 373 SAMs, using reverse engineering based on the Chinese......HQ-15. This would be a wise move on Iran's part given its limited basket weaving Industrial base.
At a strategic level Iran MAY be developing a new FGA for domestic production with Chinese parts, using reverse engineering based on the Chinese.....The Shenyang J-11,15,16. This would be a wise move on Iran's part given its limited basket weaving Industrial base. The current production of the old 1950's designed F-5/F-20 tiger-SHARK is a model of a second generation fighter from the USA...HESA Saeqeh
AND the Qaher-313 is a fifth generation fighter which will see completion by 2020....and there after ONLY 1--4 will be built (like 489 Nazi King Tiger tanks...too little too late), since Iran is a basket weaving country with little or no industrial base. (Heavy engineering, metallurgy and high end electronics)
Russia due to its Jewish lobby has been unable to deliver the S-300...OR the Su-30 MK. Though Russia has no problem delivering the same to every other tin pot regime on the good planet.
China to double Iranian investment
China is set to double its investment in Iranian infrastructure projects, Iran's Mehr news agency reports.
.China has raised its quota for Iranian projects to $52bn from $25bn the report said, quoting Iran's deputy minister for energy, Esmail Mahsouli.
Water, electricity, oil and gas projects will all benefit from the extra financing, Mr Mahsouli said.
Iran has turned to China, Russia and Turkey for financing as Europe and the US have strict sanctions on the nation.
The US has an almost total economic embargo on Iran, while the European Union tightened up its sanctions in 2012, particularly targeting the energy and banking industries.