Iran Economy News

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


Iran can use the knowledge of foreign managers to get into global markets

Industry Minister Mohammad Reza Nematzadeh has said that Iran has set a target of $190b in exports for 2025.

To secure inflow of capital, corruption and restrictive rules should be eliminated: Official

The head of Iran’s Chamber of Commerce has said that an inflated government can do little to pave the way for a resistance-based economy to grow.

Iran welcomes German investment in industry sector

Industry Minister Nematzadeh has said that Iran, Afghanistan and Germany can make profitable investment in different mining and industrial sectors.

WTO accession, the first thing after JCPOA

A deputy minister of industries, mines and trade has said that if Iran fails to get the WTO membership, it will definitely face multiple challenges down the line.

Iran supports Japan’s long-term activities in Iran

There are a lot of trade grounds for the Iran and Japan to boost cooperation, said Nematzadeh.

Japan, Germany seek long-term economic, industrial cooperation with Iran

The Japanese and German economic teams in Tehran have said that they can help Iran revamp its automotive industry and develop its agriculture and food industries.
Abbas Akhundi

Road Minister: Iran to construct 7 int’l airports by 2025

Iran has plans to build seven international airports near Tehran in ten years to guarantee the country’s pioneering role in tightening the security and development of the region, said the minister of roads and urban development.

Iran fights US appropriation of $1.7 billion

Iran has said that the US court ruling on appropriation of Iran’s funds violates a treaty between the US and Iran which bans expropriation of one country’s properties in the territory of the other.

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.
Saeed Laylaz

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.

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