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nquire talks between iran and six world powers collapse around may have the most to lose again it's more about c. m. a correspondent here in washington since two thousand and ten iran has been struggling under crippling international sanctions which have %HESITATION contributed in cutting its oil exports on by more than fifty percent to about a million barrels a day and have also cut it off from the international financial system its economy has suffered unemployment is very high inflation is high and that's really what's at stake right now in these nuclear talks will iran accept certain limitations , no clear program , for a lifting of the , so if iran and six world powers are able to come to a negotiated agreements there would be a pretty big economic benefits of the industries that would be most , aviation iran has a very outdated civil aviation fleets and lots of neat , for upgrades there %HESITATION and , they're on the oil fields are %HESITATION fairly old their infrastructure is very much outdated and they're badly in need , of western , oil and gas technology but as a result of the sanctions , western oil firms are not allowed to work in a , one major concern that some countries have , excluding israel saudi arabia is is that , if iran were to get sanctions relief it wouldn't really be the population at home that would benefits but rather the government would use that those funds to continue to do what these countries is destabilizing activities around the region from but it's still really an open question whether iran will be willing to accept the limitations that world powers wants in return for the lifting of these crippling sanctions