An Iranian official announced that 13 luxury cars, which had been illegally smuggled into the country, will be crushed within a few days in an effort to combat smuggling.DF
Boeing representatives are currently in Tehran, discussing the US planemaker’s planned sale of commercial aircraft to Iran, an Iranian minister says.
Although there is a long way ahead of the country, Iran should stride forward to increase its share of the world’s fermentation industry by the year 2025, an Iranian official said.
Iranian Minister of Roads and Urban Development Abbas Akhondi announced that the first series of Airbus passenger planes will join the country’s civil aviation fleet by the end of Autumn.
Iran’s exports of non-oil commodities have increased by 62 per cent in the first quarter of the Iranian calendar year (started on March 21).
A senior Iranian trade official announced that Iran plans to open commercial centres in Africa.
Iran’s Civil Aviation Organization (CAO) has permitted the country’s airlines to dispatch empty flights to Turkey for bringing back Iranian travellers stranded there after an attempted military coup caused turmoil in the neighbouring country, an official announced.
After the nuclear deal between Tehran and world powers and the end of anti-Iran sanctions, Tehran started its talks with giant American and European plane-makers, Boeing and Airbus. However, the US is sabotaging the deals, and Iran seems to be turning to alternative options.
Iranian Vice-President Eshaq Jahangiri underlined the significance of transfer of technology knowhow in foreign contracts, and described it as a necessity within the frameworks of Resistance Economy.
France’s Ambassador to Tehran François Sénémaud said 16 companies from his country have come to Iran to consider opportunities for investment in Iranian fishery industry.