• FATF extends freeze of restrictions on Iran
    The Financial Action Task Force (FATF), which fights money laundering, has prolonged a freeze of some of its restrictions on Iran after verifying the Islamic Republic's continued compliance with its directives.
  • Special tariffs to be applied for China-Iran container cargoes
    Container cargo transportation on the China-Kazakhstan-Turkmenistan-Iran route will be undertaken at special favorable tariffs, said the Kazakh national railway company Kazakhstan Temir Zholy.
  • London could lose out as ECB seeks control of euro clearing after Brexit
    London is facing renewed pressure over its dominance of the €1 trillion (£880 billion)-a-day euro clearing market after the European Central Bank set out proposals aimed at giving it more oversight of the lucrative business.
  • Oil products exports from Rajaei Port to hit 34m tons
    With the implementation of three oil docks at Shahid Rajaei Port, oil products export capacity from this south Iranian complex will reach 34 million tons, said deputy minister of roads and urban development.
  • Ahvaz-Tbilisi flights launched
    Flights between the southwestern Iranian city of Ahvaz city and the Georgian capital of Tbilisi started as of Friday, said the director general of Khuzestan Province Airports on Saturday.
  • Iran, France to set up working group on transportation
    Iran and France held talks on ways to expand cooperation between the two countries in the transportation sector.
  • India could add 300,000 renewable energy jobs
    In its attempt to meet some of the most aggressive capacity addition targets, India could add around 300,000 new jobs in the renewable energy sector, a report by the Natural Resources Defense Council stated.
  • Moody's raises Greece sovereign bond rating after bailout
    Credit ratings agency Moody's raised Greece's long-term issuer rating to 'Caa2' from 'Caa3' after eurozone governments extended a credit lifeline to the country.
  • French Q1 growth figures upgraded
    France’s economy expanded by even more than previously thought in the first three months of this year, with a second upgrade to estimates in under a month underscoring the strength of the eurozone’s recent recovery.
  • Singapore sees 1.4% inflation in May
    Singapore's Consumer Price Index (CPI) rose 1.4 percent in May, compared to the 0.4 percent of CPI-All Items inflation in April, said the Ministry of Trade and Industry and the Monetary Authority of Singapore (MAS) in a joint release.
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