Iran is keen to boost ties with China and views its relations with Beijing as strategic, said Ali Akbar Velayati.
Economy Minister Ali Tayyebnia has said that government is trying to turn the threat posed by falling oil prices into an opportunity for the country.
Underscoring Iran’s determination to expand ties with Kazakhstan, the head of the Trade Development Organization voiced Tehran readiness to clear any hurdle.
The secretary of the Expediency Council says that Iran and China can make joint investment in Iraq if China fully cooperates with Iran.
We did not expect to see the Iranian people and companies in such welfare and comfort: rather we thought that the sanctions have paralyzed the life and economy of Iran, said Silvano Pascuno.
The government is going to spend more economically if its anticipated oil revenues for next year’s budget bill are not materialized.
Seyyed Abbas Araghchi, a deputy Iranian foreign minister, talks about Tehran-Tokyo ties in the wake of the Geneva interim deal.
The IMF has projected a 2.2% real GDP growth for the Islamic Republic of Iran in 2015.
Iran, the fifth country in the region in terms of foreign investment absorption, stands a good chance of attracting more capital from abroad.
Iran has allocated USD 15.2 billon for the development of joint oilfields with neighboring Iraq as part of the Islamic Republic’s plans to increase its oil output.