President Ebrahim Raisi expressed Iran’s readiness to become a energy hub, stating that his country could turn into a safe route for the transfer and distribution of natural gas among suppliers and consumers.
The International Monetary Fund (IMF) has revised up its previous economic growth projection for Iran in 2023, attributing it to a higher-than-expected increase in Tehran’s oil output.
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Iran’s ambassador to Moscow says a major Russian economic delegation is heading to Iran.
Secretary of Iran’s Supreme Council of Free Trade-Industrial and Special Economic Zones Hojjatollah Abdolmaleki has said negotiations are underway between Tehran and 21 states to launch joint free zones.
Tehran and Ankara have jointly declared their commitment to augmenting bilateral trade while also pledging collaborative efforts to achieve peace in West Asia.
Tehran’s international trade with the Shanghai Cooperation Organization (SCO) has increased to over $37 billion in the first 10 months of the current Iranian calendar year starting on March 21, 2023, an Iranian official has stated.
A new report shows that Iran’s oil exports rose by half in 2023 despite sanctions imposed on Tehran by Washington.
TEHRAN – Malaysia is looking for attracting over 27m tourists in 2024 and 35.6m by 2026 and it also seeks ways to boost cooperation with Iran in tourism industry, it was reiterated on Tuesday.
Iranian President Ebrahim Raisi has stressed the necessity to enhance the tourism industry to diversify the sources of national income and diminish the country’s reliance on oil.
Iranian and Russian car manufacturing companies have signed 12 cooperation deals worth 700 million euros on the sidelines of an international automobile exhibition in the Russian capital Moscow.