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Iran ready to export oil, LNG to Poland

Poland has expressed readiness to cooperate with Iran in different energy sectors and since Polish refineries have been modernized, they can use Iranian crude oil, Zanganeh said.
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An economist: Mr. Zarif is in the right

An Iranian economist has said that the country has to go right back to where it started from during Ahmadinejad's presidency and make up for what it lost if it seeks to secure economic growth.

Iran considers ties with China strategic: Economy Minister

Iran’s economy chief has said that existing limitations in Iran-China economic and trade ties will be removed in the near future.

Iran inks gas deal as Omani minister visits

Two separate agreements have been signed for studies in the offshore and onshore sections.

Iran welcomes boosting cooperation with Total

Total has already voiced readiness to sign new contracts with Iran, Rokneddin Javadi said.

France business development office inaugurated in Tehran

A French delegation has held talks with Iranian officials to discuss ways to boost bilateral trade ties between Tehran and Paris.

Anticipating sweet cooperation with the world

The exhibition brought together 320 domestic producers and about 40 companies from 17 countries.
Iran, Algeria

Iran, Algeria ink MoU on banking ties

Tehran and Algiers have agreed to exchange experience in various areas of monetary and regulatory policies as well as in management of monetary reserves.

French Group to Open 2 Hotels in Iran

French group AccorHotels will open an Ibis hotel and a Novotel branch near Tehran's international airport.
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Iran to host trade teams from 10 EU states

Iran says it is preparing to host 10 European trade delegations within the next two weeks, stressing that the rise in the frequency of visits by trade delegations is a result of July nuclear breakthrough with the P5+1.

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