Foreign Minister Mohammad Javad Zarif on Monday embarked on a tour of Central Asia and the Caucasus aimed at boosting Iran’s ties with three major countries in the region, especially in the field of economy.
The Bank of Japan (BoJ) is expected to offer a more upbeat view of the economy at this month’s rate review than it did last month, sources familiar with the matter said, as robust exports and factory output support recovery in the world’s third-largest economy.
European Union finance ministers admitted on Saturday that the world's 20 biggest economies (G20) will miss their target of generating additional economic growth through reforms by 2018 and called for reflection on why they have failed.
Even with the US economy boasting impressive job growth and domestic equity markets near record highs, a fragmented recovery has left many states struggling to close budget deficits nearly a decade after the 2008 financial crisis.
Iran's economic growth registered an 11.6-percent growth in the nine months from March 20, 2016 to December 20, 2016 indicating over eight percent growth year-on-year to stand on top of the list of world economic powers in terms of annual economic growth, said economic analyst and lecturer at Shahid Beheshti University Saeed Leilaz on Wednesday.
Iran approved over $9 billion in foreign direct investment (FDI) in the year to March 20, announced the director general of the Economy Ministry's Organization for Investment Economic and Technical Assistance of Iran (OIETAI).
Iran is a bright and shining light for other countries to follow, like Venezuela, Brazil, North Korea and even Europe — those in Europe who are tired of the Washington dictate, but so far haven't dared taking the actions needed to gain back their national sovereignty.
Japan, from the ashes of Hiroshima to world’s third largest economy