Shalamcheh international border crossing, southwestern Iran, which was closed on Eid al-Adha (July 31), was reopened on Sunday, said the deputy head of Arvand Free Zone Organization for investment affairs.
Official: Shalamcheh border crossing reopens for Iran-Iraq trade
Iran produced 91,080 tons of copper cathode during the first four months of the current calendar year (March 20-July 21, 2020), which marks a one percent growth compared to the figure for the same period last year.
Iran produced over 91,000 tons of copper cathode in four months: Report
Iran’s caretaker minister of industry, mine and trade said tens of thousands of new jobs are planned to be created in the country’s manufacturing sector by March 2021.
Iran to create tens of thousands of manufacturing jobs by March: Minister
Iran Mercantile Exchange (IME) announced on Sunday that 572,763 tons of commodities valued at over $1.19 billion were traded the domestic trading and export sections of its halls in the past week (which ended on August 6).
IME: Weekly trade almost $1.2b
The South Korean government is drawing up a budget for next year, with its size likely to top 550 trillion won ($463 billion), up eight percent from this year's, as the country is drumming up efforts to boost the pandemic-hit economy, sources said on Sunday.
Next year's budget forecast to rise 8% in South Korea
Currency depreciation, inflation, negative growth, businesses closed: Algeria's economy has been battered by the one-two punch of the coronavirus crisis and tumbling oil revenues.
Algeria economy rocked by one-two punch
Barclays Plc. is being probed by the United Kingdom’s privacy watchdog, the Information Commissioner’s Office (ICO), over allegations that the British bank spied on its staff, the agency said on Sunday.
Barclays being probed by UK privacy watchdog on accusations of spying on staff
Despite the Turkish lira hitting a record low against the dollar and euro, Ankara has so far resisted asking for help from the International Monetary Fund (IMF).
Ankara shuns IMF help even as Turkish lira crashes to record low
The world's five largest oil companies collectively cut the value of their assets by nearly $50 billion in the second quarter, and slashed production rates as the coronavirus pandemic caused a drastic fall in fuel prices and demand.
Oil giants' production cuts come to 1mbd as they post massive writedowns
Sales of rough diamonds from Botswana dropped 64 percent from a year ago due to a travel ban and production crunch linked to the coronavirus pandemic.
Botswana rough diamond sales fall due to coronavirus travel ban

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