Production of crude oil from Abouzar Oilfield will increase by 12,000 barrels per day (bpd) from current level of approximately 0.2 mbd once the two newly-installed platforms begin operations in the offshore field.
Iran plans 12,000 bpd crude output rise in Abouzar Oilfield
Tehran, Baku and Moscow held a trilateral meeting to discuss the launching of a passenger railway route between Astara and Moscow.
Iran, Azerbaijan, Russia discuss launching Astara-Moscow rail route
Iran's polymer output amounted to 4.41 million tons in the eight months from March 21-November 21, 2017.
Iran's polymer output sees growth
Iran Air will receive 14 new passenger planes in the year mid-March 2019, announced the company's CEO.
CEO: 14 more new planes to join Iran Air fleet
If climate change curbs live up to their promise, oil demand may fall 20 percent by 2040, Exxon Mobil Corp. said in one forward-looking report. But a more likely scenario is it will grow by 20 percent, the company said in separate outlook, Bloomberg reported.
Exxon sees oil demand down 20% in 2040
The global smartphone market fell nine percent in a year this quarter, the biggest fall in smartphone history, with even Apple’s iPhone sales down one percent as users hang on to their phones longer.
Global smartphone market drops 9% in biggest ever fall
Russia’s clean-up of its banks is more than half complete, central bank Governor Elvira Nabiullina said.
Russian central bank head: Banking cleanup more than half complete
The Iranian Parliament approved on Saturday a ceiling of $30 billion for foreign investments in projects in the next fiscal year that will start on March 21.
Parliament sets foreign investment ceiling at $30b
Pakistan's Foreign Ministry spokesman Muhammad Faisal underlined that Gwadar Port is not a rival of Iran's Chabahar Port, and called for the expansion of cooperation between the two countries.
Minister: Iran's Chabahar, Pakistan's Gwadar complementary ports
Head of Iran Chamber of Commerce, Industries and Mines Gholam Hossein Shafei highlighted the reasons behind a recent move by France to finance exports to Iran and said European countries have 'undeniable interests' in the Islamic Republic.
Europe's economic interests in Iran undeniable: Official

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