MNA – Tajikistan’s Minister of Energy and Water Resources Daler Juma said that increasing the level of cooperation with Iranian companies is of great importance for his country.
Tajikistan keen to boost ties with Iranian firms: Minister
PRESS TV – Five Russian poultry farms have received permission from the Iranian veterinary authorities to supply broiler meat to the country, the Russian veterinary watchdog said.
Iran green-lights poultry imports from Russia: Report
AFP – Airlines are expected to return to profit next year for the first time since 2019 despite slowing global growth as they recover from a COVOD-induced crisis, an industry group said Tuesday.
Airlines to return to profit in 2023: IATA
Guardian – The RMT general secretary defended rail strikes across the UK over Christmas and said unions have a “duty to coordinate what they do”, saying the government is sending a message that pay rises will only come with worse terms for workers.
Union leader defends UK rail strikes over Christmas
REUTERS – Oil prices fell in a volatile market on Tuesday as the U.S. dollar stayed strong and economic uncertainty offset the bullish impact of a price cap placed on Russian oil and the prospects of a demand boost in China.
Oil prices fall on economic fears, dollar strength
AFP – Hungary on Tuesday blocked a mammoth EU aid package for Ukraine, as Prime Minister Viktor Orban seeks to pressure Brussels into handing him billions of euros in frozen funds.
EU funding row deepens as Hungary blocks Ukraine aid
REUTERS – Global renewable power capacity growth is set to double over the next five years, driven by energy security concerns in the wake of Russia's military operation in Ukraine, the International Energy Agency (IEA) said on Tuesday.
Global renewable capacity growth set to double over next five years: IEA
REUTERS – Europe will fall into a recession this winter and growth will not return before spring, European Economy Commissioner Paolo Gentiloni said on Monday.
EU's economy commissioner: We will have a recession this winter
BLOOMBERG - European Central Bank officials from the region’s two biggest economies said they’re determined to bring record inflation back to their 2% target.
German, French central bankers say inflation will return to goal

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