The Food and Agriculture Organization (FAO) of the United Nations delivers two more consignments of desert locust control equipment and materials to Iran to further enhance national technical capacity to prevent and decrease the damages caused by this migratory pest.
FAO supplies Iran with more desert locust equipment
National flag carrier Iran Air will resume direct flights from Tehran to European destinations under COVID-19 aviation health safety protocols.
Iran Air to resume flights to European destinations
Asian stocks dipped on Wednesday on growing uncertainty over whether the US lawmakers would agree on an additional round of big fiscal stimulus to support an economy still struggling with the novel coronavirus.
Asian stocks fall on US stimulus uncertainty
Boeing Co. customers scrubbed more than 400 orders for the US planemaker’s grounded 737 MAX jets this year, while the company’s overall aircraft deliveries slumped to only four in July, monthly numbers showed.
Boeing 737 MAX cancelations rise, deliveries drop as crises drag on
The UK economy suffered its biggest slump on record between April and June as coronavirus lockdown measures pushed the country officially into recession.
UK in recession for first time in 11 years
After reaching a $65 billion restructuring agreement in principle with its creditors earlier this month, Argentina must now turn to relief from the International Monetary Fund to free up cash in the near term, the Institute of International Finance said.
Argentina looks to IMF for more breathing space
South Korea's economy is likely to shrink less than expected this year thanks to its successful response to the coronavirus pandemic, the Organization for Economic Cooperation and Development (OECD) said.
OECD raises South Korea's 2020 growth outlook
Trade between Iran and the members of the Eurasian Economic Union (EAEU) has reached $2.6 since October 27, 2019 – the date when the preferential trade agreement (PTA) between the two sides was signed.
IRICA: Nine-month trade between Iran, Eurasia hit $2.6b
Iran’s anode copper production hit 121,202 tons during the first four months of the current calendar year (March 20-July 21), indicating a three percent rise compared to the figure for the same period last year.
Ministry: Four-month anode copper output topped 121,000 tons
Iran and Russia plan to launch a permanent shipping route in the Caspian Sea for trade via container ships, an official said.
Official: Iran-Russia cargo shipping route to open in weeks

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