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CBI puts Iran’s nine-month economic growth at 4.1%
Iran’s economy, including oil exports, grew by 4.1 percent in the nine months to December 21, 2021, against the similar period in 2016, according to figures released by the Central Bank of Iran (CBI) on Monday.
Now is the time to develop economic ties between Iran, Qatar
Qatar extended a warm welcome and hospitality to the Iranian president during his two-day visit to the Persian Gulf Arab country. But what political and economic results will Iran achieve from this visit? We have discussed this issue with Ramin Mehmanparast, the Iranian Foreign Ministry’s former spokesman. He is optimistic about the future of relations between the two countries.
Raeisi: Current level of economic ties between Iran, Kazakhstan not adequate
Iranian President Seyyed Ebrahim Raeisi said the current level of economic relations between Iran and Kazakhstan is not adequate, expressing hope the two countries would take a big step in a bid to improve the level of interactions.
Geopolitical, economic, and cultural dynamics of imperialism must be studied in tandem
Iran Daily: In the context of your whole discussion about imperialism, and on a more theoretical level: Culture may not be as independent a variable as theorists of the “cultural turn” argued or wished it to be, but it doesn’t seem to be a wholly dependent variable which can be explained away by economic and political forces, either. Don’t we need to recognize a certain degree of autonomy for culture?
Iran’s economic growth, excluding oil, hit 3.3% in quarter to March 20: SCI
Details of Iran’s financial system in the last quarter of the previous calendar year (Dec. 22-March 20, 2021) shows the country’s economy, excluding the oil sector, witnessed a 3.3 percent growth.
South Korea, Cambodia strike free trade deal for broader economic cooperation
South Korea said on Wednesday it has clinched a free trade deal with Cambodia, the latest in a series of its free trade pacts to revitalize its ailing exports amid the new coronavirus pandemic.
Economic growth has 'devastating cost to nature', review finds
Humanity's unbridled growth in recent decades has come at a "devastating cost to nature" according a wide-ranging international review on the vital economic role played by our living planet.
Biden, citing 'economic imperative,' orders faster relief checks, more food aid
US President Joe Biden ordered the faster issuance of pandemic stimulus checks to needy families and increased food aid for children who normally rely on school meals, an effort to ease Americans’ burdens while Congress negotiates over his proposed $1.9 trillion economic stimulus package.
Economic sanctions among major challenges faced by Syria: UN envoy
Syria’s Permanent Representative to the United Nations Bashar Jaafari denounced economic sanctions imposed by the US on his war-ravaged country as one of the daunting challenges the Damascus government faces on the path of reconstructing the country and bringing the Syrians’ life back to normal.
Service exports contribute more to South Korea's 2019 economic growth than goods
South Korea's exports of services contributed more to its economic growth in 2019 than overseas shipments of goods, a report showed on Wednesday.

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