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Iran, Japan weigh plans for expansion of judicial cooperation
Iran and Japan explored avenues for the promotion of legal and judicial interactions.
New bill allows Guardian Council to assess presidential hopefuls’ plans
A bill ratified by the Iranian Parliament on Sunday permits the country’s Guardian Council to evaluate the plans of presidential hopefuls three months ahead of the elections.
Germany plans nearly €180 billion in new debt for 2021
Germany plans to borrow almost €180 billion ($214.60 billion) next year, nearly double the amount initially foreseen, as Berlin extends aid measures to mitigate impact of the COVID-19 pandemic on Europe’s biggest economy, lawmakers told Reuters on Friday.
Iran plans to produce four million face masks daily: Minister
As the spread of the coronavirus disease, also known as COVID-19, continues, Iran plans to increase its production of protective face masks to four million per day in coming weeks, said the minister of industry, mine and trade.
Congo plans dollar purchases from miners to bolster reserves
The Democratic Republic of Congo’s central bank plans to use the country’s updated mining law to buy dollars from mining companies in exchange for Congolese francs to shore up dwindling foreign currency reserves.
UBS, Credit Suisse's emergency plans are effective: Financial watchdog
The emergency plans of UBS and Credit Suisse to deal with a financial crisis are effective, Switzerland's regulator FINMA said on Tuesday.
Israel plans to okay 2,000 more settler units in West Bank, Al-Quds: Report
The Israeli regime plans to approve the construction of hundreds of settler units in the occupied West Bank and Al-Quds, a report revealed.
South Korea to unveil plans to ease reliance on Japanese industries
South Korea will soon unveil plans to reduce its economy’s reliance on Japanese industries, its finance minister said Wednesday, while repeating his call for Tokyo to end the tightening of controls on some exports.
Post-Brexit migrant salary plans 'would hit Wales harder'
A proposed post-Brexit salary threshold for migrants would hit Wales harder than the rest of the UK, a leading economist warned.
Cern draws up plans for collider four times the size of Large Hadron
Plans for a machine that would dwarf the Large Hadron Collider have been drawn up by researchers at Cern to take over the baton in the search for new physics in the latter half of the century.
Singapore plans an underground future
From its towering ‘supertree’ vertical gardens to a Formula 1 night race, Singapore is known for many attractions; underground space is not one of them.
Singapore plans underground future
From its towering ‘supertree’ vertical gardens to a Formula 1 night race, Singapore is known for many attractions; underground space is not one of them.
Ryobolovlev has no plans to sell Monaco, says spokesman
Russian billionaire Dmitry Rybolovlev has no plans to sell his majority stake in Monaco football club, despite being charged with corruption in the principality, his spokesman said on Saturday.

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