Central Bank of Iran (CBI) Chief Valiollah Seif censured certain Western countries, the US in particular, for failing to meet their commitments under a nuclear deal between Tehran and six world powers (also known as the JCPOA).
A senior Iranian official has dismissed a recent report that European banks had asked Iran to provide guarantees to compensate for possible future penalties imposed by the US for resuming banking activities with Iran. Text from IRNA, translated by IFP.
On Friday May 13, US Secretary of State John Kerry met with heads of 10 European banks. According to a report by Javan newspaper,...
The government’s Special Workgroup on the US Seizure of Central Bank Assets has drafted a report of the developments on the US encroachments on the Central Bank assets.
Iran’s Hassan Rouhani has urged that the opportunities provided by the JCPOA be taken advantage of to improve interaction with the world and the implementation of “Resistance Economy.”
Pasargad Financial Group, which owns Iran's second largest bank, is considering selling its shares in energy entities in a sign of improving business environment.
In a meeting in Beijing on Wednesday May 11, the Head of Iran's General Inspectorate Organization, Nasser Seraj, and China's Public Prosecutor Cao Jianming, discussed broadening relations, especially a campaign against financial corruption.
Iran’s President Hassan Rouhani criticized a recent decision by the US to seize nearly $2bn of Iranian money, stressing that no country can make decisions about the assets of another state.
US Secretary of State John Kerry is planning to hold talks with representatives of a number of British banks this week in London in a move to allay their concerns about forging ties with Iran.
There is no major obstacle to the sale of Iranian crude in international markets, an Iranian deputy oil minister for international affairs and marketing said.