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Looking at Iran’s economy on a macro scale, including the big decisions and policies that would shape the markets today and tomorrow.

Women Entrepreneurs Shining in Iran despite Sanctions

The “Women of the Sanctions Era” campaign composed of successful women entrepreneurs has recently gone viral on social media networks in Iran as the country is grappling with the “toughest sanctions ever” imposed by the US.

Dubai Authorities Making Investment in Caspian Shores

Chief of the Dubai Ports Authorities, DP World, Sultan Ahmed Bin Sulayem recently paid a visit to Kazakhstan, investing in new infrastructure projects in the Caspian Sea ports and logistics sector of the Central Asian state.

Iran Ready to Boost Ties with China within ‘One Belt, One Road’

Iranian Minister of Economic Affairs and Finance has called for expansion of mutual ties between Iran and China in all areas within the One Belt, One Road Initiative.

Iran, Syria Sign 18 Deals to Expand Business Ties

Iran and Syria have signed at least 18 deals as part of a larger plan to expand their trade ties amid the US unilateral sanctions on the Islamic Republic.

Iranian, Iraqi Presidents Agree on Enhanced Trade Ties

Iranian President Hassan Rouhani and his Iraqi counterpart Barham Salih have called for expansion of bilateral ties between the two neighbouring states in line with the interest of both nations.

Iran President in Iraq to Expand Mutual Trade to $20bn

Iranian President Hassan Rouhani, who is currently on a historic visit to Iraq, says Tehran and Baghdad can easily raise their mutual trade to 20 billion dollars a year.

‘Chabahar Port Symbol of Iran-India Mutual Cooperation’

Iranian President Hassan Rouhani says the Chabahar Port in southeastern Iran, which is being developed by Indian investors, is a symbol of cooperation between Tehran and New Delhi.

US Doubles Trade with Iran but Bans Europe, Asia: Germany

While the US companies have doubled their trade volume with Iran, Washington continues to ban the European Union firms from doing business with the country, said a senior German official.

INSTC Members Agree to Expand North-South Transport Corridor

Member states of the International North-South Transport Corridor (INSTC) have agreed to increase the capacity of the special transport route, said Iran’s Minister of Roads and Urban Development Mohammad Eslami.

Europe Must Take Practical Measures to Implement INSTEX: Iran

Iran’s Deputy Foreign Minister Abbas Araqchi called on Europe to adopt practical measures for saving the 2015 Iran nuclear deal and intensify efforts to implement INSTEX -a payment channel that the three EU signatories to the JCPOA have set up to maintain trade with Iran.

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