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Merchants in Teheran's main market on Sunday closed their shops in protest of a new sales tax despite the government's announcement that it would suspend the measure for two months.
Merchant strikes have been rare in Iran over the past three decades. A series of merchant strikes helped lead to the 1979 Islamic revolution, with store owners joining clerics to help topple King Mohammad Reza Pahlavi.
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