The Iranian minister of communications and information technology and the Kazakh minister of digital development, in a meeting in Nur-Sultan City, emphasized the need for broadening mutual cooperation.
Russian oil flows halted to parts of Europe should resume after Hungarian group MOL paid transit fees owed to Ukraine, officials and a minister said, providing a temporary solution to the latest disruption of Russian energy supplies.
Iran’s trade with Hungary reached $19.35 million in the first five months of 2022, registering a 44.8 percent increase, year-on-year, according to data released by the Hungarian Central Statistical Office.
Iran spent more than $135 million on critical repair work needed in power plants in the country in the three months to late June amid efforts to boost grid reliability and to prevent power cuts in household and manufacturing sectors over the warn summer months.
U.S. consumer prices did not rise in July due to a sharp drop in the cost of gasoline, delivering the first notable sign of relief for Americans who have watched inflation climb over the past two years.