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Morad Sabzevari was among thousands of jubilant Iranians who took to the streets to celebrate a nuclear deal with major powers in 2015 .The nuclear pact, designed to prevent Iran from obtaining a nuclear bomb, was thrashed out by the United States, five other world powers and Iran, and traded a lifting of sanctions in exchange for curbs on Tehran's nuclear program.Rouhani has sought to reassure ordinary Iranians, already deeply frustrated by high unemployment and low living standards, that Iran's oil-reliant economy could withstand a return to the economic pressures that will follow Trump's decision.Iran's economy has continued to struggle despite the easing of sanctions from 2016 . Average unemployment of 12 percent has risen close to 30 percent among Iran's restless youth. Many foreign firms have shunned Iran, in part due to the remaining sanctions unilaterally imposed by the United States over what it says are human rights violations, terrorism, and the dominant role of the Revolutionary Guard Corps in Iran's economy.
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