Iranian chocolate going to Eurasia
The best-known Iranian chocolate has been marketed in Kazakhstan and is now competing with top world products on the large market of former Soviet Union countries.
The US zero oil exports policy for Iran likely to fail
The U.S. is overwhelmingly likely to fail in its attempt to completely halt Iran’s oil exports, analysts told CNBC, with President Donald Trump eager to avoid rising gasoline prices ahead of presidential elections next year.
An unlikely Eurasian convergence
Although the three-nation summit did not get much press in the West, its emergence is a signal, albeit a quiet one, that Eurasia’s geopolitical landscape is undergoing major changes.
Iran's dream of Eurasian transport hub threatened
Mohsen Shariatinia writes in Al Monitor that The Middle East is a place of zero-sum games in which Iran is a player. Beyond the region, however, in Eurasia, Tehran is attempting to take part in a win-win game.
Rouhani and Putin renew commitment to JCPOA
In a telephone conversation with President Putin of Russia, Iran’s President Rouhani has mentioned certain efforts by countries to kill the Iran nuclear agreement, the JCPOA, and said: “Iran will remain committed to its obligations under the deal for as long as the other signatories are committed to it. To achieve this, it is necessary to stop certain signatories from killing the deal.”
Food industry exports increase by 12%
Exports by Iran’s food industry have increased by 12% in the first six months of the Iranian calendar year as compared to a similar period last year.
Armenia to act as bridge for Iran exports
At a meeting with the Minister of Economic Development and Investment of Armenia, the Minister of Industry, Mines and Trade of Iran said the required mechanism to set up a joint venture company between Iran and Armenia will become operational by next month.