Iran and the EU have opened a conference on trade and investment in Vienna, with Iranian officials pledging to splash out more than $180 billion on oil and gas projects.
President Rouhani's Chief of Staff has welcomed expansion of economic and banking ties with Switzerland, saying that Swiss banks can play a positive role in Iran’s bank transactions and economic activities.
German companies are ready to transfer technology and technical know-how to Iran as part of efforts to re-engage with Iran on economic matters, said Sigmar Gabriel.
Under a deal the Ahmadinejad government signed with the Chinese, the Chinese have been entrusted with holding Iran's assets.
The new opposition to McDonald's has reportedly its roots in the fact that the fast-food giant is known around the world as a symbol of Americanism.
Iran has the biggest hydrocarbon reserves in the world and deems itself responsible for the world’s energy security, said Zanganeh.
This is the first high-ranking European delegation visiting Tehran in the wake of the nuclear agreement with P5+1, said Hossein Esmaeili.
Fararu, an Iranian news website, has predicted that Iran’s return to global oil markets will bring about a positive change for both producing and consumer nations.
Officials in Tehran say the country has serious plans to use the opportunities that the last week’s breakthrough in nuclear talks with P5+1 has provided to promote its domestic airline industry.
Iran has offered India $8 billion worth of infrastructure projects, including a stake in developing the strategic port of Chabahar, the country’s ambassador to New Delhi has said.