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Iran sanctions removal to raise trade: Russia

Russia’s Central Bank says the removal of anti-Iran sanctions can enhance bilateral cooperation in different areas.

President praises nation’s resistance, patience during nuclear talks

President Hassan Rouhani on Tuesday praised nation's resistance and patience during nuclear negotiations between Iran and P5+1.

Lift of anti-Iran sanctions, special chance for Italian companies

Managing director of Italy's Genius Car Ltd announced that lifting anti-Iran sanctions is a special opportunity for the foreign firms, also the Italian ones, to be present in Iranian market.

No obstacle for implementation of Iran Pakistan Pipeline when sanctions are lifted

Pakistan has not fulfill its commitments towards  construction of a gas pipeline with Iran (IP) so far under the pretext ofsanctions, despite more than one year since the deadline specified in the contract. Now a high ranking Pakistani official says that there will be no problem and pressure from any third party to hinder construction of the pipeline upon lifting of sanctions.

Iranian companies to join Omani Markets

The organizer of Iran private exhibition in Oman has said Iranian companies will attend the exhibition to maintain and improve Iran’s market condition.

Security Council removes Bank Sepah, Bank Sepah Int’l from 2231 list

The UN Security Council in New York removed names of Iran’s Bank Sepah and Bank Sepah International from the 2231 List after concluding its consideration of the de-listing request.

Official: First Airbus deliveries in July

Airbus' first deliveries to flag carrier Iran Air are due as early as July, said a minister adding that a deal to purchase 114 jets from the European company has been agreed.

Korean agency raising Iran credit rating

South Korea’s official export credit agency KEXIM says it will consider raising its sovereign credit rating for Iran by one notch in anticipation of a strong economic growth.

Iran firing up first LNG project

The National Iranian Gas Exports Company (NIGEC) is in talks with foreign firms to sell part of its shares in the country’s “frontrunner” LNG scheme which has lingered for years amid sanctions.

UK to pay £50m to British companiese seeking to work in Iran

The export credit agency of Britain, UK Export Finance (UKEF), has announced it would fully support expanding trade relations with Iran after removal of sanctions against the country following the IAEA verification that Tehran completely met its commitments upon the landmark nuclear agreement with the world powers.

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