The business atmosphere in Iran has gradually become more welcoming to women, said Fatemeh Moghimi.
The government envisages different scenarios with regard to oil prices and prepares itself for any rate, said the economy minister.
Arman-e Emrooz says in an opinion piece that the US is making preparations for getting into the Iranian market after Tehran and P5+1 strike a final deal.
Iran's big names in economics lend support to what the Supreme Leader has outlined as the general policies of resistance-based economy.
Official statistics released in Greece show that people are crunching a set of new numbers in the wake of the country’s debt crisis.
A single forex rate system will be possible only after financial markets witness relative calm, said Tayyebnia.
Today, the pressure of imports is crippling the country, and there are very peculiar figures for the inflow of contraband to the country, said the Leader.
Eshagh Jahangiri described resistance-based economy as one which remains unfazed in the face of local and foreign shocks.
Dr. Ali Tayyebnia said the present juncture offers the best opportunity to reform the economy and cut dependence on oil.
Economic independence is not tantamount to slamming the doors shut to the world, said Iran’s Parliament Speaker Ali Larijani.