Economy

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

Iranian banks apply to operate in Turkey

The media in Turkey have reported that two Iranian lenders are planning to do business in the Turkish market – a move which is being praised for its potential positive effect on the country’s investment rating by international institutions.

JCPOA Is Like a Melting Snowball: IRGC General

A former commander of the Islamic Revolution Guards Corps (IRGC) says the nuclear deal between Tehran and world powers is like a snowball that is gradually melting.
Employment of Iranian Women

189% Increase in Employment of Iranian Women in Executive Jobs

Iran’s minister of labour says the number of Iranian women employed in executive positions shows a huge growth compared with three years ago.

No More Barrier to Trade with Iran in Euros: Diplomat

A ranking Iranian diplomat said there are no more limits on the country’s financial transactions with foreign banks in euros, a clear sign of which was India’s recent move to clear part of its debts to Iran in euros through a Turkish bank.
Iran-Russia-ties

Iran, Russia can boost trade exchanges tenfold

The value of bilateral trade between the Islamic Republic of Iran and Russia can rise more than tenfold, Iranian Oil Minister Bijan Namdar Zanganeh says.
Amin al-Zarb

Iran Awards National Medal to Top Entrepreneurs

In a ceremony attended by Iran’s First Vice-President, 23 individuals were awarded the “Amin al-Zarb” badge of entrepreneurship for their distinguished role in fostering economic empowerment.
Trade ship

Iran’s annual foreign trade hits $102 billion

The volume of Iran's exports last year witnessed a 4.83 percent increase compared to a year earlier, and the value of exports jumped by 18.87 percent.
Iran-Spain

A look at the mission of the Spanish delegation visiting Iran

Iran’s ambassador to Spain has said that Tehran and Madrid can tap into their experiences to work on joint energy and non-energy projects.
Saipa car maker

Iran’s Car Market to Be Dominated by the French Once Again

Iran’s Saipa and France’s Citroen are finalizing a deal that will let the French monopolize the Iranian car market on the contrary to what Rouhani’s government had promised.
Liam Fox

London Working to Expand Trade Ties with Tehran: British Trade Secretary

British Trade Secretary Liam Fox said London is seeking to address concerns of its banking sector about ties with Iran in an attempt to boost business ties with the Islamic Republic following the removal of anti-Tehran sanctions.

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