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Iranian and Dutch businessmen meet to promote trade ties
Iranian and Dutch businessmen held talks at the Netherlands Council for Trade Promotion to bolster trade ties between the two nations.
Iran, Russia Plan to Use National Currencies in Bilateral Trade
Ruble and rial are going to replace the US dollar in bilateral transactions between Iran and Moscow.
India to go ahead with investment in Iran’s Chabahar Port
A new chapter in Iran-India trade relations; hurdles were cleared after Narendra Modi took office.
Iran ready for joint investment in Qatar
Visiting Qatari Minister of Economy and Commerce Sheikh Ahmad bin Jassim bin Mohammad al-Thani meets with Iranian officials, discussing bilateral ties and joint investment.
EBEX 2014, invest show opens in Kish
The first Kish International Exchange, Bank, Insurance, Capital Market and Privatization Exhibition (EBEX 2014) and the 6th Exhibition on Investment Opportunities in Iran Opened in Kish Island.
Canadian, Australian companies ready for gas cooperation
Companies from Canada and Australia have expressed readiness to put their money into Iran’s gas projects, the National Iranian Gas Company says.
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Industries Ministry: Iran welcomes foreign investment in mining sector
The Deputy Minister of Industries, Mines and Trade says Iran has set the stage for foreigners to invest in its mining and mineral industries.
Iran’s saffron exports hit $83 million mark
Iran registers a 20 percent rise in its saffron exports in the first half of the Iranian calendar year, earning more than 83 million dollars in revenues.
Politicizing approach towards Iran to hurt World Bank’s credit
Iran’s economy minister took a swipe at unfair sanctions and the politicized approach of the World Bank toward Iran.
Iran planning to boost economic relations with Caspian Sea nations
Iran has stressed that it is determined to boost trade ties with all the neighboring countries, especially the Caspian Sea littoral states.
Iran is set for economic leap
The government of Prudence and Hope is determined to clear the hurdles in the way of economic activity.
Hand-woven Persian carpet motifs to be registered globally
Iran is bent on taking out patents on its world-famous carpet motifs.
Sweden and Iran take steps toward closer economic ties
Swedish commercial attaché holds talks with a senior Iranian Chamber of Commerce official to explore avenues of forging closer economic ties.
Iran Chamber of Commerce, JICA, John Hopkins launch business clinic
Iran’s chamber of commerce taps into foreign experience to promote business.
Iran, Spain call for bigger role of private hands
Iran and Spain take steps toward establishing closer private-sector cooperation.
Iran, Russia sign MoUs to boost economic, trade ties
Iran and Russia have agreed to use national currencies in bilateral trade.
Iran, Russia can boost trade exchanges tenfold
The value of bilateral trade between the Islamic Republic of Iran and Russia can rise more than tenfold, Iranian Oil Minister Bijan Namdar Zanganeh says.
Over 20 Czech business firms to visit Iran in mid-September
Representatives from more than 20 Czech business companies plan to visit Iran in mid-September.
No expense is spared to pitch Iranian carpets internationally
The government has its sights on the extensive promotion of Iranian carpets across the world to help the industry reclaim its past glory.
Iran’s non-oil exports up 21 percent
The Trade Development Organization says the country’s non-oil exports have posted double-digit growth.
Iran’s foreign debts down 9.7 percent
Iran’s foreign debts decline almost 10 percent in a year.
Enhancement of Iran, Italy Economic Ties Discussed
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.
Sanctions are not to blame for a rise in unemployment
Economists blame wrong policies rather than sanctions for Iran’s unemployment crisis.
Iran’s 3-month carpet exports rise 23%
Iran exported 1000 tons of hand-made carpets in spring 2014, a 23 percent growth in weight compared to spring 2013, the acting director of Iran's National Carpet Center said on Wednesday.