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Official Reveals Details: Baku Invest Plan in Iran Railways

Official Reveals Details: Baku Invest Plan in Iran Railways

A high-ranking official with the Iranian railways organization has briefed Trend on the latest developments concerning Azerbaijan’s plans to invest in the development of his country’s railway system in a bid to help the full activation of the International North-South Transportation Corridor. Nourollah Beiranvand, the deputy for planning and investment …

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IberMeat to Launch Mutton Exports to Iran

IberMeat to Launch Mutton Exports to Iran

IberMeat meat products manufacturing company will launch mutton exports to Iran in a week. The company technical director Irakli Adeishvili told the Commersant radio station that at this stage the company exports a small volume of meat to Kuwait, while exports to Iran will start next week. The customer has …

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Packaged Tatara Has Been Exported to Iran and the US

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Packaged Tatara produced in Georgia has been exported to the US and Iran.  The company reached the goal with the help of the partners.  The production will be sold in the big markets and will reach all the major market places until New Year. The representative of the company, Davit …

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Iran to Sign Six New Oil Deals Soon

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Iran is expected to sign six new oil MoUs in the near future, Gholam Reza Manouchehri, an official with the National Iranian Oil Company (NIOC), said. Manouchehri said that under the newly developed model Iran Petroleum Contract (IPC) foreign companies can use Iranian partners in the projects, SHANA news agency …

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Iran Is Stuck With China to Finance Its Oil Dreams

Iran Is Stuck With China to Finance Its Oil Dreams

Amid the snake-infested marshlands on Iran’s border with Iraq, the control room monitoring North Azadegan oil field is manned entirely by Chinese technicians. In central Tehran, hundreds of Chinese pour out at noon from the telecommunications company Huawei to its canteen. There are now so many Chinese expatriates here, some …

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How Important is North-South Corridor to Iran?

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Iranian Transport Minister Abbas Akhoundi has described North-South transportation corridor as the shortest overland route linking the Persian Gulf to the Europe. In the meantime, the 1,450 km long North-South corridor will connect the Mediterranean Sea to the Islamic Republic, he said, IRNA news agency reported. In the regional terms, …

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Traditional Iranian Handicrafts And Garments Exhibited in Tbilisi

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Georgian National Museum Shalva Amiranashvili Museum of Fine arts invites you to the exhibition of traditional Iranian handicrafts and garments of various ethnic groups. The opening event will take place on September 29, 2016 at 6 pm. The event will be accompanied by the musical group „Mehraiin” from the Mazandar …

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Iran Introduces Credit Cards For First Time

This Wednesday, June 10, 2015 photo shows chip credit cards in Philadelphia. (AP Photo/Matt Rourke)

Lifted sanctions have Iran’s financial sector leaping forward. Iran introduced credit cards for the first time on Sunday, the Iranian Students’ News Agency (ISNA) reported. Iran is looking to bolster its oil production and economy after world powers in January lifted sanctions against the Islamic Republic in return for Tehran complying …

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