News Code: 3029

Date of Release: 2020-02-13

Iran Slips in Int’l Property Rights Index

Iran’s International Property Rights Index score has declined by 0.169 to 4.578, placing it 12th in the Middle East and North Africa region and 103rd in the world, according to Property Rights Alliance’s latest report.  Iran is classified by IMF as part of the Middle East, North Africa and Pakistan group, and by the World […]

Iran’s International Property Rights Index score has declined by 0.169 to 4.578, placing it 12th in the Middle East and North Africa region and 103rd in the world, according to Property Rights Alliance’s latest report. 

Iran is classified by IMF as part of the Middle East, North Africa and Pakistan group, and by the World Bank as an upper middle income country.

IPRI is based on 10 factors gathered under three components: Legal and Political Environment, Physical Property Rights and Intellectual Property Rights. 

The overall grading scale of IPRI is [0–10], where 10 is the highest value for a property rights system and 0 is the lowest value. The same interpretative logic is applied to all three components.

The scope of the 2019 edition covers 93.83% of world population and 97.72% of the world GDP.

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