The Iranian government will spend more than $23.8 billion to develop and enhance the national data network and make 4G Internet available throughout the nation, said the minister of information and communications technology on Saturday.
Gov't to spend close to $24b on developing national data network: Minister
The Aerospace Force of the Islamic Revolution Guards Corps (IRGC) can provide Iranian automakers with advanced technologies without any limitation, said an Iranian commander.
IRGC Aerospace Force ready to help Iranian carmakers: Commander
Iran and Russia agreed to hold the 16th meeting of their joint economic cooperation committee in the Caucasus.
Iran, Russia to hold 16th meeting of joint economic committee in Caucasus
The IMF approved a two-year $24 billion credit line for Chile as the South American nation battles the growing impact of the coronavirus pandemic.
Chile, Peru secure credit lines from IMF amid pandemic
The president of Kyrgyzstan has pleaded, during a meeting jointly convened by the United Nations to discuss the impact of the COVID-19 pandemic on the global economy, for his country’s debt to be restructured to allow for more social spending.
Kyrgyz president pleads for sovereign debt restructuring
Britain’s high street banks have granted almost 1.5 million payment holidays to consumers struggling to repay their credit cards and personal loans during the coronavirus pandemic.
UK banks granted 1.5m payment holidays on credit cards, loans
Europe is mostly open for business again after months of lockdown. Green shoots are emerging from the economic rubble, with indicators of activity and confidence inching up.
Europeans not feeling very hopeful about their economy just yet
Facing its deepest recession since World War II and with business confidence collapsing, the coronavirus pandemic is hitting Italy's economy hard.
Virus-battered Italy faces worst recession since WWII

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