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Iran’s biggest economic event opens in Kish

Iran’s biggest economic event opens in Kish

Kish Invex 2018 exhibition has opened on Kish Island. This is the 10th International Exhibition of Exchanges, Banking, Insurance, and Privatization. The exhibition opened on Monday with the participation of 360 Iranian and foreign companies at the Kish Convention Center.

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Does Trump want a war with Iran?

Does Trump want a war with Iran?

Much indicates that the likely murder of Saudi journalist Jamal Khashoggi will be transformative for Saudi-U.S. relations. But whether it will affect the one issue where Saudi pressure on the United States was the greatest—Iran—is unclear. The Iran strategy favored by Saudi Arabia and the Netanyahu government in Israel, and eagerly adopted by the White House, will likely lead to a military confrontation regardless of whether its assumptions about the status of Iran’s economy and political survivability is true or not.

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How TSE can benefit the Iranian economy

How TSE can benefit the Iranian economy

The Tehran Stock Exchange (TSE) has hit astonishingly new highs in past months, netting a return of above 15% in the week ending Sept. 26 alone — the highest weekly rise in its over half a century of existence. Since the start of the Iranian year on March 21, the TSE index has risen almost 90%, while its average volume of transactions has jumped by more than 400% compared to the same period in the previous Iranian year.

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USD 5BN weapon for Iran to fight sanctions

USD 5BN weapon for Iran to fight sanctions

With much fanfare, a French-Iranian scientist recently announced a $3 million plan to invest in a bankrupt medical factory that had become a symbol of France’s troubled economy and revive it.

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Khamenei: US worried about cooperation of Islamic countries

Khamenei: US worried about cooperation of Islamic countries

Ayatollah Seyyed Ali Khamenei said the most important need of the Muslim world today is evermore closeness among Muslim states and their synergy. He added, “Unity and cooperation among Muslim states will definitely facilitate the resolution of problems in the region and that is why hegemonic powers, led by the US, are concerned about the cooperation and closeness of Muslim states and the formation of an Islamic power.”

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Senior Congressman: EU preferred Iran to the US

Senior Congressman: EU preferred Iran to the US

Adam Kredo writes in The Washington Free Beacon that  Iranian leaders and their European counterparts are scrambling to save the landmark nuclear deal as the Islamic Republic's ruling regime teeters on the brink of collapse amid a severe financial crunch that has sparked popular protests across the country, according to multiple U.S. officials who told the Washington Free Beacon Europe is "poisoning" its relations with the Trump administration.

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Iran’s Minister of Economy is dismissed

Iran’s Minister of Economy is dismissed

Following the recent economic turmoil and failure of the government to control the situation, the Iranian Minister of Economy was impeached by the Islamic Consultative Assembly and was eventually dismissed.

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Reasons why Iran won't talk with Trump

Reasons why Iran won't talk with Trump

Mehdi Shaddel writes in The National Interest that the recent exchange of barbs between Iranian president Hassan Rouhani and Donald Trump has given rise to speculations about a potential North Korea-style rapprochement between Iran and the United States following the latter’s unilateral withdrawal in May from the 2015 Iran nuclear agreement, officially known as the Joint Comprehensive Plan of Action (JCPOA). Such speculations partly stem from the fact that Trump and several high-ranking members of his administration, most recently Secretary of State Mike Pompeo, have underscored America’s readiness for a new round of talks on Iran’s nuclear programme and its regional behavior.

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