- : Iran’s current account surplus jumps in 2016: World Bank
- : Iran plans to export $3.5b worth of foodstuff this fiscal
- : Banque de France to finance Iran-France projects: French fin. min.
- : Iran’s 3rd new Airbus to land in Tehran today
- : Foreign investment in Iran hits $12b annually: fin. min.
- : Iran Exports 150,000 Tons of Billet.
- : Iran Infrastructure
- : Iran-Germany economic ties dramatically changed
- : Aviation industry ready to take off in 2017
South Korea’s intake of Iranian crude oil soared to a record high in March and its first-quarter crude imports from Iran nearly doubled on year, reflecting ...
Iran Mercantile Exchange (IME) announced that commodities valued at about $273 million and weighing over 647,938 tons were traded in its domestic trading and exports halls in the past working week (April 8-13).
Iranian billet exporters achieved a considerable increase in exports over the past few weeks, mainly supported by the uptrend in the Commonwealth of Independent States semis segment.
Iran for long has been an economic and tourism hub in the Middle East and considering its significant strategic and geographical position, it has always been at the center of attention for the countries all around the world.
Business Monitor International expects the lifting of international sanctions—which is due to occur early this year– to result in the diversification of Iran’s competitive landscape in infrastructure growth. This is while Russian and Chinese companies have already built a strong presence in Iran, particularly as a result of decade-plus long western sanctions.
- Updated: 26 Apr– 03:00 PM
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