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Iran’s Parliament approves plan to cut four zeros from currency
Iran’s Parliament has passed a bill allowing the government to slash four zeros from the rial, Iranian state media reported on Monday.
Oil at two-decade lows, price of US crude for delivery below zero
Kremlin says OPEC+ 'contacts' can be set up if needed
CBI: Eliminating zeros from national currency not to impact inflation rate
The Governor of the Central Bank of Iran (CBI) Abdolnasser Hemmati said that deleting four zeros from the national currency will have no impact on the inflation rate, adding that the central bank is ready to implement the plan.
UK economy nearing zero growth amid Brexit standoff
A major political standoff over Britain’s withdrawal from the European Union has caused the economy to stagnate as business groups and industries report almost zero growth for the first three months of this year.
Could UK drop tariffs to zero?
MPs are set to hold key votes next week on the terms of Brexit, the outcome of which could determine whether the UK has greater flexibility to set its own trade tariffs.
Iran: Oil market too tight for US zero export target
The US will find it difficult to cut Iran’s oil exports completely as the oil market is already tight and rival producers cannot make up the shortfall, a top Iranian official said on Friday.
Zero tolerance' plan eyed for plastic pollution
A plan for zero tolerance of plastic pollution of the oceans may be agreed by nations at a UN environment summit.
When to lop zeros off rial
By Pouya Jabalameli
Japan sees zero quarterly growth
Japan's economy failed to grow on a quarterly basis during the April-June period, with gross domestic product growth coming in at zero, missing forecasts.
Zero carbon emissions target to be enshrined in UK law
The UK will enshrine in law a long-term goal of reducing its carbon emissions to zero, as called for in last year’s historic Paris climate deal.
Migrants struggle in sub-zero temperatures
Medics working at refugee aid camps in the Balkans say they are seeing a spike in the number of migrants falling ill as freezing temperatures arrive.
Anger, fear at Delhi's pollution ground zero
For 12 hours a day, Raju Misra stands at his snack stall in the world's ultimate pollution blackspot, inhaling toxic fumes and railing against India's politicians for failing to clean up the filthy air.

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