Pakistan's Minister of State for Finance Rana Muhammad Afzal expressed optimism for early resumption of banking ties between Islamabad and Tehran.
Pakistan optimistic on early resumption of Iran banking ties
Iran exported 147.2 tons of saffron during March 21-December 21, 2017, recording a 35-percent growth compared to the figure for the same period last year, said deputy chairman of Iran's National Saffron Council.
Saffron exports rise 35%
Iran is planning to launch a petrochemical sulfur dismantling unit in the western province of Ilam next spring, a senior energy official announced.
Iran to launch petrochemical unit in Ilam soon
Totally 39.9 million tons of petrochemicals were produced by 57 Iranian companies during March 21-December 21, 2017.
Close to 40m tons of petrochemicals produced in nine months
South Korea's imports of Iranian crude oil during 2017 jumped by 29.1 percent, customs data showed on Monday.
South Korea's Iranian oil imports up over 29% in 2017
Even with President Donald Trump continuing to waive nuclear sanctions, Iran’s economy remains hobbled by US restrictions but some diplomats in Tehran remain quietly confident for the future.
Glimmers of hope in Iran economy despite Trump
Quality tomato harvested from Dayyer, Bushehr Province, will be exported to neighboring Qatar, said Agricultural Manager of Dayyer Isa Mohammad-Doost on Sunday.
Iran tomato export from Bushehr to Qatar
Thousands of jobs in the UK car industry are under threat as diesel vehicle sales slump due to tax increases and negative publicity, experts have warned.
Diesel car sales slump puts thousands of jobs at risk in UK

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