The production control manager of the National Petrochemical Company (NPC) announced an eight percent increase in the production of petrochemical products in the first seven months of the current Iranian year (March 20-October 21) compared to the same period last year.
Iran’s seven-month petchem production up 8%: NPC
Controlling inflation is the major priority of the Central Bank of Iran (CBI) in the current economic conditions, announced Abdolnaser Hemmati, the governor of CBI.
Controlling inflation major priority of CBI: Governor
An Indian newspaper said the United States has offered fresh assurances to India that its involvement in the Iranian port of Chabahar would not be affected by Washington’s sanctions on Iran.
US signals India’s work in Chabahar is exempt from sanctions: Report
Iranian steelmakers produced over 20.8 million tons of crude steel during the first nine months of 2020, marking a 9.3 percent rise compared to the figure for the same period last year, which was 19.05 million tons.
Iran’s nine-month crude steel production exceeds 20.8m tons: WSA
The Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations (FAO), as part of its multilateral project to support Iran in reducing the agriculture water consumption in the Lake Urmia basin, equips Iranian experts with the requisite knowledge and skills to implement the advanced approach of Real Water Savings (REWAS) in the agriculture sector.
FAO boosts Iranian experts’ knowledge of agricultural water projects
Asian markets were mixed Monday with traders increasingly pessimistic that US lawmakers will pass a new stimulus package before next week's election, while spiking virus cases fanned worries about the economic impact of new containment measures.
Asian markets mixed as US stimulus remains elusive
The coronavirus pandemic has dealt a body blow to the quantitative model-based style of investing, with a majority of the firms using such strategies negatively impacted, a study by Refinitiv has found.
Coronavirus pandemic deals body blow to quant models, study shows
In the UK 12,000 jobs lost or at risk as pressure mounts on government for urgent action.
Global aerospace industry records worst quarter as COVID halts sales
A study of trade exchanges this year between Iran and members of the European Union shows exports to the bloc surged in July to compensate for the losses suffered during the initial months of the pandemic although the total size and value of shipments remained largely low because of US sanctions on Tehran.
Iran’s exports to EU rise: Report

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