In a rare move in the history of Iranian administrations, First Vice-President Eshaq Jahangiri warmly welcomed a recent letter by the outspoken former MP Ahmad Tavakkoli which criticized the Oil Ministry’s new contracts, and asked Oil Minister Bijan Zanganeh to correct them accordingly.
A ranking Iranian economic delegation is to attend a seminar in St. Petersburg, Russia, which will explore Iran’s special programs for the post-sanctions period.
Siraf Refinery Project, comprising 8 gas condensate mini-refineries, will generate 10,000 jobs, said a senior official related to the project.
In a meeting between the chairman of the Tehran Chamber of Commerce and the Minister of Energy and Economy of Nordrhein-Westfalen state, there was a focus on expanding bilateral ties and easing banking relations in order to develop trade and investment between Iran and Germany.
Iran has struck a number of economic agreements worth some $1.2bn during an Iranian delegation’s trip to Poland and Finland, says an official.
Iranian market with population of 80 millions is a golden opportunity for European and Asian countries to make investment and Iranian neighboring countries are trying to make utmost benefit from reentry of Iran into world economy.
First Vice President Eshaq Jahangiri ordered administrative agencies to enhance ties with Indian Ocean littoral states on Saturday May 28.
Iran is bent on taking out patents on its world-famous carpet motifs.
Under the agreement, Germany will build several solar farms in Tehran, Tabriz and Isfahan as Iran embraces clean energy, Ali Barband said.
High-ranking officials from Iran and Turkey signed three trade and banking agreements as part of efforts to boost economic relations between the two neighboring countries.