The governor of Iran's Central Bank has said that Iran’s economy is “on the right track”.
The Iranian president has said in a meeting with the Japanese premier that poverty and lack of development are the key roots of terrorism in the region.
A senior presidential advisor has said that Iran needs to count on cooperation with foreign partners if it seeks to take an accelerated step toward globalization.
An IMF report says that growth in the Islamic Republic of Iran is projected to be 0.6 percent in 2015 and 1.3 percent in 2016.
An Iranian banking official says that once sanctions are lifted, the stage will be set to provide brokerage and international money transfer services for the imports and exports.
A photo gallery that features a flurry of activity in Tehran Stock Exchange as a result efforts by the government of Prudence and Hope to put the economy back on track.
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.
Rouhani and Erdogan underscored the necessity for further expansion of diplomatic and economic ties.
Iranian and US pistachio output stood at the same level last year, but in the export market, Iran was in the lead, Asgaroladi said.
President Rouhani said taking advantage of new technologies, absorbing investment and making use of experts are among top priorities of free trade zones.