Economy

Looking at Iran’s economy on a macro scale, including the big decisions and policies that would shape the markets today and tomorrow.

“Iran, Post-Sanctions” Seminar to Be Held in St. Petersburg

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.

Germans in Search of Business Opportunities in Iran

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.

Economic Agreements Worth $1.2bn Signed with Finland and Poland

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.

Iran Eyes 10,000 Jobs in Major Refinery Project

Siraf Refinery Project, comprising 8 gas condensate mini-refineries, will generate 10,000 jobs, said a senior official related to the project.
eshagh jahangiri: Iran among the safest countries for investment

First VP Embraces MP’s Criticism of Oil Contracts, Calls for Amendments

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.

Iran’s Knowledge-Based Products Exports Hit $85m in Two Years

Exports of Iran’s knowledge-based products totalled $85m over the last two years, said Iranian Deputy Minister of Science Vahid Ahmadi.

Joint Credit Line to Help Boost Iran-Japan Cooperation in Water Projects

An Iranian official expressed the hope that a joint credit line between Tehran and Tokyo would contribute to the implementation of joint projects on water management systems.

First Europe bank to open Iran office

Austria’s Raiffeisen Bank International (RBI) says it wants to open a branch in Tehran “as quickly as possible,” becoming the first foreign lender to set up shop in Iran after the lifting of sanctions.
Iranian Carpets

Hand-woven Persian carpet motifs to be registered globally

Iran is bent on taking out patents on its world-famous carpet motifs.

Iran, Tunisia Discuss Development of Energy Cooperation

Iranian Energy Minister Hamid Chitchian and his Tunisian counterpart Mongi Marzouk on Saturday discussed expansion of mutual cooperation between the two countries in the field of energy.

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