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Russian Avtovaz negotiates contracts in Iran

Russian Avtovaz negotiates contracts in Iran

Russian carmaker Avtovaz is negotiating the sales of its cars with Iran, the director for International Cooperation and Regional Policy of Russia’s state corporation Rostec, Viktor Kladov, told reporters on the sidelines of the AERO INDIA - 2019 exhibition on Wednesday.

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Parade of classic automobiles in two Iranian cities

Parade of classic automobiles in two Iranian cities

Classical cars were paraded on the streets of Tehran and Karaj on Wednesday. These included cars made by Ford, Mercedes Benz, Porsche, BMW, Fiat, and VW. They are all privately owned. Some of these were as old as 60 years and some are the only models left in the world. The parade was held to introduce this historic industrial heritage.

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Iran's economic ambitions in Syria limited

Iran's economic ambitions in Syria limited

At an Iranian government-owned car plant near Homs, the small number of vehicles on the assembly line underscores the obstacles hobbling Tehran’s economic ambitions in Syria, reports Reuters.

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Iranian nomination for the Oscars

Iranian nomination for the Oscars

The Iranian film selection board has nominated “No date, no signature” by Vahid Jalilvand to represent Iran at the Academy Awards for Best Foreign Language Film in its 91st edition.

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Classic car show in Naghsh-e Jahan (photos)

Classic car show in Naghsh-e Jahan (photos)

A show of classic cars has been held at Isfahan’s Naghsh-e Jahan Square, organized by the Province’s Board of Automobile Association. Luxurious and classic cars were put on display for the public to see.

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Day 1 of trip: US reporter troubles with Tehran traffic

Day 1 of trip: US reporter troubles with Tehran traffic

USA TODAY reporter, Kim Hjelmgaard, writes that Tehran is a city teeming with 12 million people and seemingly more cars. The volume is comparable to Bangkok, Istanbul, Los Angeles and other notoriously congested cities. Here, however, it's far more freewheeling, maniacal, almost like a video game.

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Iranians start campaign to fight rising costs

Iranians start campaign to fight rising costs

Iranians have started a campaign on social medial to fight the soaring prices of certain items such as gold and cars in Iran.Persia Digest reports that prices have been going up for certain commodities in Iran. After the price of the dollar soaring against the rial, price rises began for many goods, including cars and houses.  

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