The Iranian central city of Isfahan hosts an exhibition of classic cars and motorbikes.
A top official in Tehran has accused European government of failing to take the required measures to facilitate trade agreements with Iran – what he says is already in violation of a nuclear agreement that was sealed with the country last summer and came into effect in January.
Presidents of Iran and Finland at a meeting in Tehran weighed plans for connecting the two countries via railroad.
Iran has produced over 13.2 million tons of crude steel in the first 9 months of 2016, according to figures released by the World Steel Association.
KLM Royal Dutch Airlines, the flag carrier airline of the Netherlands, has officially resumed flights to Iran after a hiatus of over three years.
The giant French hotel operator Accor Hotels follows a special mission in Iran and plans to implement several projects around the country within the next 10 years.
Iran’s major automaker SAIPA and France’s PSA Group have announced a deal to launch a joint-venture to produce and sell Citroen cars in Iran.
The CEO of PSA Peugeot Citroen said the French automaker has returned to Iran’s market with the purpose of making up for lost time, when the company’s forced exit from Iran under the sanctions caused discontent among Iranians.
French media outlets reported that Iran and the French car manufacturer Renault have penned an agreement for restoring their cooperation in automotive industry.
European economies are not the only option Iran can take up when it comes to trade interaction, Iranian Minister of Economic Affairs and Finance Ali Tayyebnia stressed.