China's independent refiners, also known as teapots, are set to ramp up crude oil purchases from Iran as they seek to use import quotas before they expire in less than three months, a report said.
China 'teapots' eye Iranian crude in fresh buying frenzy
Iran’s shoe industry has grown rapidly in the past three years as manufacturers eye capturing a major share of the export market in neighboring countries.
Iran’s shoe industry thriving, manufacturers eye jump in exports
Iran exported 63,000 tons of pistachios in the six months to September 22, which was 8,000 tons more than the figure for the same period last year, an official with the Agriculture Ministry announced.
Iran’s six-month pistachio exports rise
Petrochemicals production increased eight percent in Iran during the six months to September 22, compared to the same period last year, according to an official in the National Petrochemical Company (NPC).
Iran’s six-month petrochemicals production up 8%
Iranian industry reached $2.2 billion worth of domestic production in the first six months of the Iranian calendar year, which started on March 21, said the deputy minister of industry, mine and trade.
Iran’s six-month domestic industrial production hits $2.2m
The price of bitcoin hovered just below its all-time high on Tuesday, continuing an almost one-month rally at least partly driven by enthusiasm around the launch of a bitcoin futures ETF this week.
Bitcoin rises back toward record as first related U.S. ETF begins trading
Britain's chronic lorry driver shortage, sparked by Brexit and coronavirus fallout, shows no sign of improvement despite government efforts, industry bosses said Tuesday.
UK lorry driver shortage not improving: Industry
Figures taken from an annual report by the Supreme Audit Court of Iran (SAC) indicates that the country spent nearly $60 billion in the year to late March on subsidies for basic goods and various energy products.
Iran spent $60b on goods, energy subsidies in fiscal year to March
In a further sign of a thaw in relations between Iran and the UAE, the Persian Gulf state has become the number one exporter of goods to the Islamic Republic, according to the latest data released by the Islamic Republic of Iran Customs Administration (IRICA).
UAE now 'No. 1' exporter to Iran: IRICA
Output by US industries fell 1.3 percent last month amid continued supply constraints hindering manufacturing, the Federal Reserve reported Monday.
US industrial output drops 1.3% in September

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