Iranian and Indian high-tech companies are to hold virtual business-to-business (B2B) meetings in order to boost mutual cooperation in the fields of trade and technology.
Iran’s Minister of Cooperatives, Labour and Social Welfare Mohammad Shariatmadari says Tehran and Baghdad have delineated a joint five-year cooperation road map.
Shopping gains huge popularity among Iranian people from all religions and walks of life on Christmas and ahead of the new Christian Year.
Tehran has called on Ankara to find a way for Iran to tap into its assets with Turkish banks to purchase the commodities it needs directly from other countries through Turkish banks.
Spokesperson for the Iranian government has highlighted the country's success in handling the situation and protecting the economy from collapse under the pressure of sanctions although the economic war waged by the US has prevented Tehran’s access to $50 billion in assets.
Governor of the Central Bank of Iran Abdolnaser Hemmati says the economic growth rate in Iran has become positive, both with and without oil revenues.
A senior Iranian official says the sky is the limit for Tehran when it comes to the enhancement of economic relations with other nations, especially neighbouring countries.
Knowledge-based, innovative, and high-tech companies of Iran and Pakistan will have the chance to hold direct online negotiations and explore avenues for developing business relations between the two sides.
Mahmoud Vaezi, the Chief of Staff of the Iranian president's office, has hailed Iran-Turkey relations as two friends and neighbours, calling for further development of economic cooperation between the two sides.
President Hassan Rouhani has highlighted the administration’s success in foiling the enemy’s plot to cripple the country’s economy through sanctions.