Iran and Russia are working to establish a stock market corridor for investors in the two countries to access each other's capital markets, disclosed the chairman of the Central Securities Depository of Iran (CSDI).
Iran, Russia working to establish stock market corridor for investors
European economic powerhouses Germany, France and the UK have reportedly notified Tehran that they seek to open direct banking channels with the Islamic Republic, in what would be the first practical step to sustain the 2015 nuclear deal and sidestep the US, which has unilaterally withdrawn from the accord.
Europe takes first practical step toward direct Iran trade: Report
Iran-Afghanistan railway line will be inaugurated by March 20, 2019, an Iranian official announced on Thursday.
Iran-Afghanistan railway line operational in eight months
Russia can be transit point for international goods to Iran
Zarif calls on EU to ‘confront’ US over nuclear deal pullout
The South Korean government and auto industry voiced opposition to the US' proposed tariffs on imported cars, saying Korean cars do not pose a threat to US security and such measures could undermine the benefits of the recently revised bilateral trade deal.
South Korea voices opposition to US auto tariff
Manufacturers in China are considering moving production to Vietnam and other lower-cost countries in southeast Asia as they fear being swept up in the widening trade dispute between Washington and Beijing.
China factories eye southeast Asia
United States sanctions on Iran are irritating Washington's allies, a senior German official said.
US sanctions irritating allies: German minister
Senior American officials believe China is likely to buy even more Iranian crude.
US sanctions to help China buy more Iran oil: WSJ

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