Governor of Central Bank of Iran (CBI) Valiollah Seif has said that bringing inflation under control is an achievement which demonstrates CBI's independence.
Seif: Control of inflation, a CBI achievement
Tehran and Canberra agreed to expand cooperation in the aviation and transportation industry by establishing direct flights between the two capitals.
Iran, Australia agree on operating direct flights
Iran plans to increase gas exports by over sevenfold during 2016-20.
Iran plans over sevenfold rise in gas exports
Mobarakeh Steel Company (MSC) has increased its earnings per share (EPS) by 19 percent in the fiscal year which began on March 20.
MSC shares rise 19%
Iran leased out dozens of extra oil tankers to foreign companies since the enforcement last year of the Joint Comprehensive Plan of Action (JCPOA) and termination of anti-Iran sanctions, an official said.
Iranian oil tankers leased to foreign firms
Iran Mercantile Exchange (IME) announced that commodities valued at about $225.8 million and weighing over 398,722 tons were traded in its domestic trading and exports halls in the past working week (December 31, 2016-January 5).
IME weekly trade nears $226m
Tehran finalized an agreement valued at $2 billion (2.3 trillion won) with South Korea's Daelim Corporation to renovate and expand a refinery in Isfahan Province, announced the head of National Iranian Oil Refining and Distribution Company (NIORDC).
Iran signs $2b refinery deal with South Korea's Daelim
Round numbers carry a significance that defies rationality. There is no quantity more important in mathematics than 3.14159, yet humans fixate on big numbers such as 20,000, which the Dow Jones Industrial Average came within a point of hitting on Friday. Close, but no cigar.
Currency war is growing threat to global trade
Economic sentiment in the eurozone surged to a post-crisis record in December and German industrial orders pointed to a busy final quarter for factories in Europe's powerhouse with the government expecting the upswing to carry into 2017.
Eurozone economy starts year in chipper mood
India's government said that the economy would grow by 7.1 percent in the financial year ending in March, slower than the growth registered during the previous year, amid warnings of a cash crunch hitting business activity.
India GDP growth to slow to 7.1% amid cash crunch

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