Iran made its first official import order using cryptocurrency this week, Tasnim News Agency reported on Tuesday, a move that could enable the Islamic Republic to circumvent U.S. sanctions.
Iran makes first import order using cryptocurrency: Report
British People are going back to cash to keep tighter control on their spending as living costs soar, according to new research by the Post Office.
People turning back to cash as prices rise in UK
Germany would face costs almost six times as high as Brexit if it and the European Union were to shut China out of their economies, the Ifo Institute said on Monday, citing the results of a study.
Trade war with China could cost Germany six times as much as Brexit: Study
An EU plan to cut gas consumption across the bloc by 15 percent to cope with an energy price crisis spurred by Russia's military operation in Ukraine comes into effect today.
EU plan to cut gas use by 15% comes into effect
Central Bank of Russia announced steps on Monday aimed at preventing investors from "unfriendly" countries from taking advantage of plans to allow those from "friendly" nations to resume trading on the Moscow stock market.
Russia keeps investors from 'unfriendly' nations frozen out
Iran spent nearly $2 billion on purchases of wheat from domestic farmers since early April, according to a statement by the Government Trading Corporation of Iran (GTC). which indicates that purchases have risen by nearly a half compared with the end of the last harvesting season in July 2021.
Iran’s domestic wheat purchases near $2b: GTC
The National Iranian Gas Company (NIGC) authorities said a major gas pipeline project that is being constructed along the Caspian Sea is near completion amid Iran’s plans to increase gas supply to Azerbaijan under a swap deal with Turkmenistan, wrote Press TV.
Iran’s key gas pipeline near Azerbaijan almost completed
An official in the Iraqi government said that the Arab country has been negotiating with Iran to secure a major increase in the daily supply of natural gas delivered to its power plants.
Iraq asking Iran for increased gas supply: Official
The Iran Mercantile Exchange (IME) announced that over 2.09 million tons of commodities, valued at over $482 million, were traded in its domestic trading and export halls in the week closing on August 5.
IME weekly trade tops $482m
The Islamic Republic of Iran Customs Administration (IRICA) figures show non-oil exports from the country rose by nearly a fourth in the month to July 22.
Iran reports 24% rise in exports in month to late July

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