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Report: Bright future ahead of Iran tourism

Report: Bright future ahead of Iran tourism

By: Maryam Azish. A 2017 report by World Travel and Tourism Council also indicated promising improvements in the country’s tourism industry. Iran’s tourism industry is considered as the most affordable prices in the world for foreign visitors. A biannual report published by the World Economic Forum (WEF) gave Iran a score of 66.6 in terms…

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Iran export 266,000 bpd oil to India on November 2017

Iran export 266,000 bpd oil to India on November 2017

India, the world’s No. 3 crude oil consumer, received about 266,000 barrels per day (bpd) of oil from Iran in November, according to a review of tanker arrival data from trade sources and numbers available on Thomson Reuters Eikon. For April-November, the first eight months of this fiscal year, India shipped in about 427,200 bpd,…

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“Iran This Way” signed contract with Turkish “Valstur”

“Iran This Way” signed contract with Turkish “Valstur”

Iran This Way signed contract with Turkish ValsTur for cooperation on Iran-Turkey tourism serveries. Iran This Way’s CEO Sadeq Hosseini, Ata Ehmirari technical director, Mohammad Ehmirari business advisor and Majid Nozohour project director(in Turkey) and Valstur CEO’su Baki Özarslan ,Bekir Büyük business advisor and  Cenap Parim technical director held meetings in Istanbul crown plaza hotel…

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President Rouhani inaugurated Chabahar port to intl. trade corridor

President Rouhani inaugurated Chabahar port to intl. trade corridor

Iran has launched the first phase of a strategic southeastern port which it expects to open a multi-modal trade corridor connecting India to Central Asia. The first phase of Shahid Beheshti International Port in Chabahar, Sistan-Baluchestan Province, was inaugurated by President Hassan Rouhani during a ceremony also attended by officials and dignitaries from 17 countries….

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Iran to sign first FLNG deal with Norway

Iran to sign first FLNG deal with Norway

Iran, the world’s biggest gas reserve holder (33.5 trillion cubic meters, 18 percent of the total) has increased its gas output significantly and is targeting an output of 1 bcm/d by March 20, 2018. Iran prefers to export liquefied natural gas (LNG) to distant markets including the EU, but no agreement has yet been reached…

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Iran signs deals with Danish, Austrian banks

Iran signs deals with Danish, Austrian banks

Iran broke the 15-year spell of not obtaining any finance from European banks by signing major deals with Austrian and Danish banks to secure funding for its development projects. The contracts were signed in the Austrian capital of Vienna by an Iranian banking delegation which included representatives of 14 domestic banks headed by Mohammad Khazaei,…

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Maersk talking for develop Iran’s South Pars

Maersk talking for develop Iran’s South Pars

National Iranian Oil Company (NIOC) announced that negotiations with Denmark‘s Maersk Group over the development of South Pars oil production project is underway. “Parallel talks have started with other multinationals to undertake the megaproject,” said Karim Zobeidi, the head of a special department at NIOC that oversees the performance of reservoirs, ISNA reported. Pointing to…

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Iran’s petrochemical exports up by 12%

Iran’s petrochemical exports up by 12%

An NPC official said that Iran’s petrochemical industry experienced a six percent uplift in production over five months and a 12- percent rise in exports over four months since beginning of the current Iranian year (began March 21). Director of Production Control in Iran’s National Petrochemical Company (NPC) Alimohammad Bosaghzadeh pointed to five-month statistics for…

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€3 billion credit line by Siemens on the way to Iran

€3 billion credit line by Siemens on the way to Iran

German industrial group Siemens is about to undertake financing rail and power plant projects worth 3 billion euros in Iran, a senior Iranian official says. “On a trip to Germany, we had discussions about Siemens’ participation in Iran’s railway and power plant projects,” Deputy Minister of Road and Urban Development for International Affairs Asghar Fakhriyeh-Kashan…

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Uber selected an Iranian as a C.E.O.

Uber selected an Iranian as a C.E.O.

Uber has chosen Expedia boss Dara Khosrowshahi to be its chief executive, ending months of speculation in the firm’s search for a new leader. The decision was made by Uber’s board late on Sunday, a source told the BBC, but the company has made no official announcement. Mr Khosrowshahi would replace Travis Kalanick, who resigned…

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