Iranian Foreign Minister Mohammad Javad Zarif called on the European parties to the July 2015 nuclear deal between Tehran and world powers to seriously address problems hindering foreign banks from trying to work with Iran.
Hassan Baghaei, the Deputy Commercial Manager of SAIPA auto-making group, said on Saturday May 28 that the group has inked a $1bn finance deal with South Korean company SK Networks.
A working group in Iran is preparing a suit to look into the United States’ seizure of Iranian assets, a top Foreign Ministry official said on Sunday May 24.
Iranian Foreign Minister Mohammad Javad Zarif said there is a “psychological barrier” in trade with Iran, stressing that Washington should give international banks reassurances that they can resume business with the Islamic Republic.
Iran plans to open an offshore bank in the southern island of Kish “within a month” in a bid to facilitate its trade transactions and process international payments, a report said.
China plans to allocate approximately $1bln for the implementation of Khoda Afarin Dam irrigation project, an Iranian parliamentarian announced.
The United Nations on Friday suggested it would be willing to assist in a dispute between Tehran and Washington after Iran requested UN help in convincing the United States to stop what the Islamic Republic says are violations of state immunity.
Vice President for Executive Affairs Mohammad Shariatmadari said the Iranian government will offer guarantees for foreign investment, despite existing problems.
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.
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.