Loadings of Iranian condensate in January are set to reach about 385,000 barrels per day (bpd), a source with knowledge of Iran's preliminary tanker schedule said.
Condensate exports to hit 385,000 bpd in January
The Iranian Parliament imposed a new duty on steel imports, likely to be effective from September.
Iran to impose new steel import duty from September
Following its reentrance into the Iranian market three months ago, Maersk Line added another feeder call from the UAE by taking slots from Interworld Shipping Agency.
Maersk Line adds second Iran-UAE feeder service
Industries across the eurozone cranked up output in November and Germany ended the year with its strongest growth in five years, data showed, pointing to an economic spurt that may be arriving earlier than some ECB policymakers expect.
Eurozone economy registering surprisingly strong growth spurt
So-called free-trade agreements (FTAs) are generally presumed to promote trade liberalization, but in fact, they do much more to strengthen the power of the most influential transnational corporations of the dominant partner involved. While FTAs typically reduce some barriers to the international trade in goods and services, some provisions strengthen private monopolies and corporate power.
FTAs promote corporate interests
China's massive export engine sputtered for the second year in a row in 2016, with shipments falling in the face of persistently weak global demand and officials voicing fears of a trade war with the United States that is clouding the outlook for 2017.
China's exports fall as US trade war fears mount
Oil prices edged up on Friday, supported by reports on details of OPEC output cuts, although lingering doubts over producer compliance with supply reduction targets weighed on the market.
Oil prices edge up
Indonesia's Energy and Mineral Resources Ministry announced sweeping changes to mining regulations that allow exports of nickel ore and bauxite for another five years under certain conditions.
Indonesia eases ban on mineral exports
South Korea's central bank has lowered its forecast for the country's growth in 2017 due partly to the fallout from a massive influence-peddling scandal.
Bank of Korea cuts growth outlook as scandal hits economy
Germany's economy stepped up its pace of growth in 2016, thanks to higher household and government spending.
Germany's economy accelerates in 2016

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