Iran Air has reportedly received the first Airbus A321 passenger plane it had purchased from the giant airplane manufacturer Airbus in a deal that ended decades of sanctions against Iran’s aviation industry.
An Iranian official says besides international conferences, Iran’s mining sector needs to work on its imperfect infrastructure and data systems to attract international investors.
South Korea’s Daewoo Shipbuilding and Marine Engineering Company (DSME) – the world’s second biggest shipbuilding companies – has announced a major deal to develop a construction yard in Iran.
The number of four-wheeled motor vehicles manufactured in Iran during the first nine months of the current Iranian calendar year, which started on March 20, shows a 39.1 percent increase compared to the same period last year.
Deputy Prime Minister of Belarus Vladimir Semashko said the European country plans to sell electric buses to Iran.
The World Customs Organisation’s Centre of Information and Security has introduced Iran as the world’s third country in the fight against violation of customs regulations and smuggling of goods.
Airbus Group SE suffered a blow to its already troubled A380 program when Iran, which had previously suggested it would buy the double-decker planes, said it had dropped the model as part of a wider fleet upgrade.
Republican members of the US Congress are vowing to fight a $16.6 billion deal between Boeing and Iran after the air giant announced Sunday it had agreed to sell 80 aircraft to Iran Air.
Russia’s Minister of Energy Alexander Novak announced that Iran and Russia have signed a number of investment contracts in recent days.
President Hassan Rouhani’s government has placed an order with South Korea to build a number of ships for Iran, but the contract has sparked strong reactions, particularly from the IRGC’s influential construction base, which says Iranian companies are capable enough to build the ships.