Iran’s chamber of commerce taps into foreign experience to promote business.
Iran and Spain take steps toward establishing closer private-sector cooperation.
The government has its sights on the extensive promotion of Iranian carpets across the world to help the industry reclaim its past glory.
The Trade Development Organization says the country’s non-oil exports have posted double-digit growth.
Iran’s foreign debts decline almost 10 percent in a year.
Economists blame wrong policies rather than sanctions for Iran’s unemployment crisis.
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.
The US sanctions against Iran have cost Washington as much as USD 175 billion dollars in losses for not doing business with the Islamic Republic, a Washington-based think-tank has found.
Qatar and Iran's southern province of Bushehr penned an agreement for economic cooperation.
A senior Iranian banking official forecasts a six-percent economic growth for Iran in case Tehran and six world powers reach a final accord on the Islamic Republic’s nuclear program.