Iran and Brazil underlined the need to broaden cooperation particularly in the economic and banking sectors.
Iran, Brazil underline broadening of banking cooperation
Iran signed an agreement with Ericsson, the leading provider of communications technology solutions, to assist in launching the Internet of Things (IoT) across the country.
Iran, Ericsson sign deal to launch IoT
US President Donald Trump's revised hardline policy towards Iran will have little impact on Tehran's ambition to develop its vital oil sector and attract foreign investment, said a senior Iranian official on Tuesday.
US policy on Iran won't harm its oil sector: Zamani-Nia
Iran is studying a request by Uzbekistan to export crude oil to the Central Asian republic — an announcement that shows the list of Iranian oil clients is growing as the nation pumps more crude to international markets.
Uzbekistan joins Iran's oil clients
European companies are interested in pushing ahead with Iran contracts despite the decertification of the landmark Iran nuclear deal by US President Donald Trump.
Europeans eager to push ahead with Iran projects
Head of Iran-Turkey Parliamentary Friendship Group at the Grand National Assembly of Turkey called for promoting trade ties with Iran to implement the existing contracts.
Turkey stresses on developing trade ties with Iran
A delegation of Pakistan’s Gwadar Chamber of Commerce and Industry (GCCI) has met with the Deputy Governor of Sistan and Baluchestan Province of Iran Ali-Akbar Mir Shekari and discussed border trade between the two countries.
Steps to enhance trade between Iran, Pakistan discussed
Reversing the Brexit process would boost the UK economy, the international economic body, the OECD has said.
Reversing Brexit would boost economy: OECD
Despite all that the Indian government has done to revitalize the country's struggling banking sector, one crucial element remains missing from its effort: New Delhi isn't forking over enough cash.
India's troubled banks desperately need more money
Global rating agency Moody's Investors Service on Wednesday reaffirmed its record-high Aa2 rating for South Korea, with its rating outlook also remaining stable, despite rising tensions over North Korean issues.
Moody's maintains South Korea's credit rating at Aa2

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