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Foreign Investors in Iran Will not Have it that Easy — President

Would-be foreign investors in Iran should be prepared to share the benefits of their deals, the country’s president said, indicating Tehran will impose tough terms that could clash with U.S. regulations even after sanctions are lifted.  Business delegations from around the world have flocked to Tehran since the July 14 …

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Iran’s Religious Leader on a Visit to Baku

Iran's Religious Leader on a Visit to Baku

Iran’s religious leader grand ayatollah Hossein Nouri Hamedani arrived in Baku on August 31 for a 6-day visit to the Republic of Azerbaijan. Nouri Hamedani was welcomed by Sheikh-ul-Islam Allahshukur Pashazade, the chairman of the Caucasian Muslims Office, the Iranian embassy to Baku told local news agency Trend. Nouri Hamedani …

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Iran will Export Gas Via Azerbaijan — Iran Communications Minister

Iran will cooperate with Azerbaijan on gas transportation to Europe through the ‘Southern Gas Corridor’, Iranian minister of information and communications technology, Mahmoud Vaezi said in an interview with Azerbaijani news agency Trend on August 20. Vaezi, who also co-chairs the intergovernmental commission of Iran and Azerbaijan for economic, trade …

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Handicraft Fair in Iran

Tehran Cultural Heritage, Handicrafts and Tourism Department will hold two handicraft fairs in October 2015 and March 2016. The department’s director general Rajabali Khosrowabadi announced that Tehran Spinning House and a workshop for glass blowing will be established by mid-March, Tehran-based English newspaper, Iran Daily reported, “We have held talks …

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Iran and Azerbaijan Raising Economy


“Iran and Azerbaijan have great potential for cooperation in energy, transport and trade areas. Using the current potential for their economic development, both countries can realize joint programs that will help them get access to foreign markets, including European one,” head of the secretariat of the Iran-Azerbaijan intergovernmental commission Mehdi …

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Iran Chamber of Commerce to Hold an Export Exhibition in Yerevan

Iran Chamber of Commerce, Industries, Mines and Agriculture (ICCIMA) announced its intention to hold the 7th Export Exhibition at Yerevan Exhibition Center in Armenia. The exhibition will be organized and sponsored by Iran-Armenia Joint Commerce Chamber from October 8-11. Concurrent with Armenia’s Pan Armenian Expo 2015, the exhibition’s purpose stated by ICCIMA …

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Gubaz Sanikidze and Iranian Officials Discuss New Prospects

“The number of tourists traveling between Iran and Georgia is not considerable,” Head of Iran’s Cultural Heritage, Handicrafts and Tourism Organization (ICHTO) Massoud Soltanifar highlighted in a meeting held on Sunday with Deputy Chairman of the Georgian Parliament Gubaz Sanikidze in Tehran, calling for a strong resolve for an increase …

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Iran Seeks $29 Billion for Steel to Mining Projects

Iran has $29 billion of mining investments attracting interest of companies from Europe to Asia, with plans to more than double steel production by 2025 and boost exports once international sanctions are lifted. Iran, home to the world’s biggest natural gas reserves, plans projects ranging from steel to aluminum production, …

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Iran: New Hope for Global Gas Seekers

Removal of international sanctions on Iran would be a great change on the market of which is holding the world’s highest crude oil reserves. But it’s not only crude oil Iran can supply – the country has the second biggest gas reserves in the world. According to BP’s Statistical Review …

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Oil Prices Fall as Iran Nuclear Deal Seems Likely

Oil prices fell on Monday as Iran and six world powers were close to nailing down a nuclear deal, but high Chinese crude import figures prevented prices from tumbling further.  The potential of Iran soon adding to global oil oversupply and the demand side weakening over China and Europe led …

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Oil Prices Seen Steady Despite Greek Crisis

Oil prices are likely to be stable for the rest of this year and climb in 2016 and 2017 as global demand picks up, shrugging off setbacks from the Greek debt crisis and the possible lifting of sanctions on Iran, a Reuters poll forecast on Tuesday. The monthly survey of …

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