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Insecurity, terrorism hinder development of Islamic societies: Pourebrahimi
Chairman of Parliament Economic Commission Mohammad-Reza Pourebrahimi said on Sunday that insecurity and terrorism are among the factors impeding progress in the Islamic societies, adding that sustainable development comes with peace and security.
German economy in 2017 grew at highest rate in six years
The German economy grew 2.2 percent in 2017, enjoying its fastest rate of expansion since 2011, official data for Europe's top economy showed.
Hundreds decry Macron's Labor reform in Paris
French Trade Unionists gathered in Paris' Opera Square on Wednesday, to demonstrate against French President Emmanuel Macron's planned labor and tax reforms.
Iran economy's recovery strengthening: IMF
Iran’s economy is starting to recover more rapidly from years of international sanctions but the country urgently needs to shore up its banks, a senior International Monetary Fund official said on Monday.
Iran to present economic potentials at Euromoney 2018 in Paris
France will run its second Euromoney Iran Conference in Paris on February 8, 2018, co-organized by Central Bank of Iran.
Brexit: UK economy may see boost
Policymakers at the Bank of England believe the risk of a ‘no-deal’ Brexit has been reduced by Prime Minister Theresa May’s Brussels agreement last week — and that this breakthrough may boost UK economic confidence in the coming months.
Eurozone economy to grow at faster rate
The European Central Bank (ECB) has lifted its economic growth forecasts as growth across the eurozone picks up.
Iran's economy needs speed and transparency: President Rouhani
Iranian President Hassan Rouhani said on Sunday his draft budget bill is based on 'transparency' and 'speed' while in his first term of office he focused on economic tranquility.
Turkey: US trial of gold trader meant to 'corner' economy
Turkish Prime Minister Binali Yildirim has denounced as politically motivated a recent testimony given by Turkish businessman Reza Zarrab in a US court implicating President Recep Tayyip Erdogan in an alleged Iran sanctions-busting scheme.
China pushing billions into Iranian economy as Western firms stall
China is financing billions of dollars’ worth of Chinese-led projects in Iran, making deep inroads into the economy while European competitors struggle to find banks willing to fund their ambitions, Iranian government and industry officials said.
Metal constraints for a low-carbon economy
It is often thought that a transition to a low-carbon economy requires an enormous increase of the use of metals like steel and copper and smaller amounts of critical raw materials.
A bruising Brexit could shipwreck British economy
British politics is close to meltdown. The country has embarked upon separating itself from the EU under a prime minister without authority and a government without unity.
Iran, Switzerland discuss economic ties
Senior Iranian and Swiss officials in a meeting in Switzerland on Monday discussed bilateral ties and mutual cooperation, especially in the business and economic fields.
Zarif: Iran-Russia-Azerbaijan meeting to boost regional peace, security
Iranian Foreign Minister Mohammad-Javad Zarif said the upcoming trilateral meeting in Tehran between Iran, Azerbaijan and Russia will provide grounds for regional cooperation to boost economic development, peace and stability in the region.
Jalali: Economic war against Iran 'a serious threat'
Head of Passive Defense Organization of Iran Brigadier General Qolam-Reza Jalali said the Islamic Republic of Iran is truly involved in a war against its economy.

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