Iran and Russia have agreed to use national currencies in bilateral trade.
Representatives from more than 20 Czech business companies plan to visit Iran in mid-September.
The government has its sights on the extensive promotion of Iranian carpets across the world to help the industry reclaim its past glory.
Senior Iranian and Italian trade officials explored new avenues for paving the way for the promotion of cooperation in various fields, specially in agricultural and railway sectors.
Economists blame wrong policies rather than sanctions for Iran’s unemployment crisis.
Qatar and Iran's southern province of Bushehr penned an agreement for economic cooperation.
A senior Iranian banking official forecasts a six-percent economic growth for Iran in case Tehran and six world powers reach a final accord on the Islamic Republic’s nuclear program.
Azerbaijan’s Communications and Advanced Technologies Minister Ali Abbasov plans to pay an official visit to Tehran in the second half of June to promote Tehran-Baku ties in various fields of communications and information Technology (IT).
Iranian Economy Minister Ali Tayyebnia left Tehran for Kazakhstan to attend the Fourth Ministerial meeting of the Economy Cooperation Organization (ECO) in the central Asian country.
Iran’s ambassador to Moscow and Russian deputy-minister of finance have proposed establishment of a joint financial firm.
Iran exported $314.8mln worth of hand-woven carpets in the last Iranian year (March 20, 2013-March 20, 2014).
Iran’s economic minister and his Afghan counterpart have met on the sidelines of World Bank Spring meeting.