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At least six million foreign tourists have visited Iran in the first nine months of the current Persian year, said Ali-Asghar Mounesan, the head of Iran's Cultural Heritage, Handicrafts and Tourism Organization (ICHTO), predicting that the figure would increase to 7 million by the year-end.
The European Union has announced a long overdue special mechanism, called INSTEX (Instrument for Supporting Trade Exchanges), aimed at facilitating trade with the Islamic Republic of Iran in the face of the US sanctions.
Iran’s deputy oil minister says every day 5 or 6 purchasers send their request to buy oil from Iran, but the names will not be revealed as the enemies may misuse that information.
Finland says its small- and medium-sized companies are still interested in promoting their business cooperation with Iran, but are waiting for the European Union to establish its special payment mechanism, known as Special Purpose Vehicle (SPV), to facilitate trade with Iran under the US bans.
An Iranian official has rejected the unfounded claims that Indians have left the southeastern port city of Chabahar following the recent terrorist attack there, saying the investment projects are progressing as fast as possible.
Dozens of Italian businesspeople and entrepreneurs on Thursday attended a business meeting of Iran-Italy Joint Chamber of Commerce and the General Confederation of Italian Industry in the Italian capital of Rome, and were briefed on business opportunities in Iran.
The Australian ambassador to Iran has described the restoration of US sanctions on Tehran as “real challenge” to the Iranian people, saying the prospects that sanctions could negatively affect Iranian patients and women and children were “deeply concerning”.
Iran voiced defiance against returning US sanctions with the country’s top banker saying that all necessary arrangements to continue trade with partners had already been made.
Iran’s President Hassan Rouhani has urged the country’s trade partners to think twice before fearing the US sanctions, saying Washington’s pressures are temporary while Tehran’s relations with its trade partners are permanent.