Economy

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

Iran Oil

What will happen when Iran’s oil is back on the market?

Fararu, an Iranian news website, has predicted that Iran’s return to global oil markets will bring about a positive change for both producing and consumer nations.
Ali Tayyebnia

Economy chief orders measures to accelerate capital inflow, privatization

The capital market should be as instrumental as the banking system in financing the country's projects, the economy minister said.
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Is $50 per barrel oil in the offing?

An increase in OPEC output, a hike in the number of American oil rigs and Iran's likely production increase contribute to the decline in oil prices.
Ship trade

Sanctions-hit Iran ports come back to life

International shipping lines are stepping up port calls to Iran as the country’s massive maritime trade sector is emerging from sanctions.
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Laylaz: Iran’s economy is not sanctionable (PART TWO)

If we had acted before the economy plunged into this crisis, sanctions would definitely have failed to bite.
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Laylaz: Iran’s economy is not sanctionable (PART ONE)

Saeed Laylaz, an Iranian economist, says that mismanagement of the previous government has caused the country more losses than sanctions.
Ali Tayyebnia

AIIB can be instrumental in Asian development projects: Economy minister

Iran's membership of the bank is in line with measures to realize the principles of the resistance-based economy, Minister of Economy and Financial Affairs Ali Tayyebnia said.
Nayyereh Pirouzbakht

Iran needs to get ready for the post-sanctions era

Iran’s standard chief says accreditation helps the country start doing business and rendering services on the same footing with its international counterparts.
Fuel

Stand your ground on gasoline decision

Sadegh Zibakalam has asked in a letter to the government spokesman to explain to people the positive results the government decision to raise gasoline prices will produce in the long run.
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False expectations about a price decline are aimed at harming government: Economist

Those who have made such predictions are either unaware of price trends or seek to exert pressure on the government.