Tuesday, 28 September , 2021
  • Tehran-Kampala Trade Affected by Banking and Air Transportation Problems 28 Sep 2021

    Tehran-Kampala Trade Affected by Banking and Air Transportation Problems

    A Ugandan trade delegation accompanied by Ugandan Ambassador to Tehran met with Iranian businessmen at Iran Chamber of Commerce, Industry, Mine and Agriculture (ICCIMA) in Tehran and during the meeting they explored ways to expand trade ties by resolving current problems and removing obstacles.

President Hails Anti-COVID19 Measures in Iran 12 Sep 2021

President Hails Anti-COVID19 Measures in Iran

President Ebrahim Raisi hailed the measures taken in line with fighting COVID19 and hoped for vaccination to hit the record 2 million people per day.

Truth Will Ultimately Prevail 11 Sep 2021
By: Hamid Reza Naghashian

Truth Will Ultimately Prevail

We Iranians seriously believe in this proverb that the truth will ultimately prevail despite efforts to hide it and in recent years the U.S. and its allies have tried to hide or cover some truths regarding the Islamic Republic of Iran’s power.

Vietnam Urged to Use Alternative Financial Avenues in Trade With Iran 11 Sep 2021

Vietnam Urged to Use Alternative Financial Avenues in Trade With Iran

Head of International Affairs of Iran Chamber of Commerce, Industry, Mine and Agriculture (ICCIMA) Mohammad Reza Karbasi in meeting with new and outgoing commercial attaches of Vietnam in Tehran criticized the considerable decline in the economic relation of the two countries and urged Vietnam to use alternative financial avenues in trade with Iran to boost it.

Polish Travelers Continue Their Expedition Through Iran 09 Sep 2021
By: F. Taherpour

Polish Travelers Continue Their Expedition Through Iran

On Tuesday, the Embassy of Poland held an exhibition “The History of Polish Mountaineering” on the occasion of the 50th anniversary of the first expedition of Polish mountaineers by Jelcz to the high mountains and the team of Polish travelers was present.

U.S., the True Blood Shedder 08 Sep 2021
By: Hamid Reza Naghashian

U.S., the True Blood Shedder

The US. Administrations through the history of this country have claimed that they are genuine supporters of human rights and nations and under this claim, better to say this pretext, they have dispatched their troops for protecting the nations but they have actually shed the blood of nations to dominate them.

Iran’s Exports to Lebanon Rise by 266% 08 Sep 2021

Iran’s Exports to Lebanon Rise by 266%

The director-general of Iran's Trade Promotion Organization (TPO)'s Office of Arabian and African Countries says Iran’s exports to Lebanon have increased by 266 percent, admitting that the U.S. sanctions on banking activities have restricted Iran’s trade with Lebanon

Iran Closely Monitoring Afghanistan Developments 08 Sep 2021

Iran Closely Monitoring Afghanistan Developments

According to a member of the Iranian Parliament, the IRGC Quds Force commander said a closed Parliament session that Iran is trying that the resolve of the Afghan issue not to be through war.

Iran Trade Balance Positive of 1.26b Last Month 07 Sep 2021

Iran Trade Balance Positive of 1.26b Last Month

Spokesperson for Iran’s Customs Office says in the last month of Iranian calendar year Mordad (July 23-August20), over 8.452m tons of goods worth $5.378 have been traded between Iran and other countries and the country’s non-oil trade in the same period shows positive trade balance of 1.263b.

Smuggled Home Appliance Estimated at $2.5b 07 Sep 2021

Smuggled Home Appliance Estimated at $2.5b

Head of Association of Home Appliance Manufacturers of Iran (AHAMI) says 40 percent of the home appliance market in the country is in control of the smuggled commodities which is valued at around $2.5b on average.

Iran Exports to Russia Face 38% Rise in 4 Months 06 Sep 2021

Iran Exports to Russia Face 38% Rise in 4 Months

Head of Iran-Russia Joint Chamber of Commerce Hadi Tizhoush Taban says due to the rise in the forex price and resolving pandemic problems, Iran’s exports to Russia have soared by 38 percent in the first four months of the current year comparing to the same period last year.