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German Ambassador: Iran economic growth a dream

German Ambassador: Iran economic growth a dream

At a meeting with the German Ambassador to Iran, CBI Chief said: “European banks are cautious about working with Iran and US interference continues. We must elucidate the situation and analyze the risks to ameliorate relations.”

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2022 World Cup in Iran

2022 World Cup in Iran

On 16 January 2018, The Economist writes: FOOTBALL’S World Cup in 2022, to be hosted by Qatar, was always billed as a regional event. Other countries in the Gulf offered hotel rooms and training facilities. The United Arab Emirates (UAE) said it would even host matches. But last June the UAE, Saudi Arabia and Bahrain broke off diplomatic relations with Qatar, angry about its support for Islamists and its ties to their nemesis, Iran.

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Iran ready for talks with Arab countries

Iran ready for talks with Arab countries

In the past few days, Iranian officials have given a new green light to Arab countries for talks. As reported by Persia Digest, despite criticizing Saudi Arabia’s ties with the US and Zionist regimes, Iran’s Supreme Leader Ayatollah Khamenei, at a meeting with visiting dignitaries for the 13th Organization of Islamic Cooperation Conference, emphasized: “We believe that Islamic unity holds a sensitive position in the world with many followers and capabilities. It can lead to the formation of a great, influential power. We have even told those who behave with animosity towards us that we are ready to respond in a brotherly manner, even if this is not their approach.”  

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Malaysia returns to purchasing oil from Iran

Malaysia returns to purchasing oil from Iran

On 16 January 2018, Reuters reports from Tokyo that December marked Petronas' scheduled first purchase of Iranian crude since the Malaysian state oil firm halted Iranian oil imports in 2012 after Western sanctions targeting Tehran's nuclear programme made it difficult to pay and ship the oil, according to the person.

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Iran Tourism Exhibition starts 23 January

Iran Tourism Exhibition starts 23 January

While Iran’s Tourism Exhibition will open next week on 23 January, the Director of Iran Cultural Heritage Organization visited Holland’s Tourism and Leisure Fair in Utrecht. According to reports by ILNA News Agency, in this visit, Ali-Asghar Munesan, Director of Cultural Heritage, Handicrafts and Tourism Organization of Iran

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Holland ready for Iran investment

Holland ready for Iran investment

Susanna Terstal, the Dutch Ambassador to Tehran, in a meeting with Mansur Moazami, Chairman of the Industrial Development and Renovation Organization of Iran (IDRO), said: “We encourage Dutch companies to cooperate with Iran; however, at times, obtaining the required information needed for companies that are interested in this cooperation is very difficult.”

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Codifying road map of Iran-Belarus cooperation

Codifying road map of Iran-Belarus cooperation

The fourteenth joint commission of Iran and Belarus economic cooperation will be held on 22-23 January of the current year at the Trade Promotion Organization of Iran, chaired by Shariatmadari, Iran’s Minister of Industries, Mines and Trade, and Vouk, the Belarus Minister of Industries.

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Vank Cathedral awaiting globalization

Vank Cathedral awaiting globalization

Iran has already registered three of its historic churches as Unesco World Heritage sites. It is now planning to place the Vank Cathedral in Isfahan on the list of registrations.

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Organization of Islamic Cooperation Conference

Organization of Islamic Cooperation Conference

The 13th Organization of Islamic Cooperation Conference took place in Tehran with the presence of President Rouhani, Parliament Speaker, and the parliamentary delegations of Islamic countries. Over the course of the Conference, the Chair of the Conference was transferred from Mali to Iran and its Parliament Speaker, Ali Larijani.  

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What is Iran?

What is Iran?

Some questions are simple superficially but complicated as they unfold. One of the most complicated issues in historical studies is clarifying the meanings of countries’ proper names. There are three reasons for this complexity: first, differences in phonetics and pronunciation of names in different languages; second, the evolution of names in written and oral language; and third (but most important), changes in the subject that a name denotes and use of one name for another important thing.  

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Renault’s Iran market

Renault’s Iran market

The French automakers Renault exported over 162 thousand cars to Iran in 2017, making this their eight largest market in the world. Renault sales in Iran shows a rise of 49.3% as compared to a similar period last year. In the months of January through to December 2016, France exported over 108 thousand and 536 cars to the Iranian market.  

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