• Trade between D-8 countries continues to grow
    Trade among D-8 countries has reached about $100 billion and continues to improve, said Turkish minister of science, industry and technology.
  • Iran, Ghana sign four cooperation agreements
    Iranian and Ghanaian officials in a meeting in Accra signed four cooperation documents in a number of areas.
  • India's October Iranian oil imports hit 467,600 bpd
    India's oil imports from Iran amounted to 467,600 barrels per day (bpd) in October, according to ship-tracking data from industry sources and Thomson Reuters Oil Research and Forecasts.
  • Pakistan, Iran to hold FTA talks next week
    Pakistan and Iran are to hold talks on Tuesday and Wednesday to finalize free trade agreement (FTA) and find ways to open banking channels, informed sources told Business Recorder.
  • Iran, Thailand review ways to strengthen trade ties
    High-ranking Iranian and Thai officials in a meeting in Bangkok on Thursday discussed ways to further expand trade and economic relations between the two countries.
  • Toyota to re-enter electric vehicles in China
    Toyota Motor Corp. will introduce electric vehicles in China from 2020 and is considering selling battery-powered autos developed by its local partners under the Japanese marque as Beijing prepares to tighten environmental regulations.
  • China overhauls public-private projects
    China’s finance ministry has ordered an overhaul of its existing public-private partnership (PPP) projects and tightened approval rules for new ones, as Beijing has grown increasingly concerned about rising hidden debt risks from potential abuses of the program.
  • Confidence in euro zone expansion strong among economists
    The euro zone economy will mark its best year in a decade and maintain solid growth well into 2018, according to economists in a Reuters poll who said the risk was that their forecasts might not be optimistic enough.
  • 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.
  • Credit card limits 'need control'
    More than a million credit card users in the UK who are struggling financially have had their credit limits increased without asking, a charity has said.
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