LONDON (Reuters) – Iran is finalizing about 2 billion euros of investment from Europe in copper and steel projects despite threatened new U.S. sanctions, a government official said on Wednesday.
Russian energy companies could spend as much as US$50 billion on oil and gas exploration in Iran, a presidential aide told media.
A total of 213 mutual and exchange-traded funds in Iran’s capital market posted an average return of 17.5% during the previous fiscal year (March 2017-18), data released by Financial Information Processing of Iran showed.
Three Iranian private banks are planning to open branches in Germany to increase and facilitate trade transactions, Iran daily reported on Sunday.
South Korean rolling stock manufacturer Hyundai Rotem signed a contract worth €720 million with the Islamic Republic of Iran Railways on Saturday to produce 450 suburban railbus wagons in Iran.
The Industrial Development & Renovation Organization of Iran (IDRO) and Russian Trade and Economic Development Council (RTEDC) on Tuesday sealed MoU for cooperation in steel, mine, oil and gas fields.
Iranian Ambassador to France Ali Ahani said on Thursday that the French companies could guarantee their long-term cooperation with Tehran via making investment and transferring state-of art technologies to Iran.
Iran and Austria have finalized an agreement to establish banking cooperation in financing field, Governor of the Austrian OberBank (OeKB) said.
The Islamic Republic of Iran signed on Thursday the biggest banking transaction deal with the Export–Import Bank of Korea, also commonly known as the Korea Eximbank (KEXIM) after implementation of the Joint Comprehensive Plan of Action (JCPOA).
Participants in the tripartite meeting of Iran-Afghanistan-India on Tuesday underlined that they are aware of the significance of Iran's International Chabahar Port.