0736 GMT May 28, 2018
Pakistan rupee set to come under more pressure
The Pakistan rupee could face further pressure this week, in the midst of the country’s chronic foreign currency shortage and speculation of a third currency devaluation, analysts said.
Food and farming sector makes post-Brexit demands
The food and farming industry wants assurances from the government that it will still be able to recruit enough staff from the EU after Brexit.
China April industrial profit growth rebounds to six-month high
Profits earned by Chinese industrial firms in April rose at their fastest pace in six months, data from the National Bureau of Statistics (NBS) showed, as factories benefited from higher prices and strong demand.
US sanctions on Iran will harm companies in Italy: Official
US sanctions on Iran will harm companies in Italy and other countries in Europe, said the export director of an Italian steel and iron equipment company.
Iran bans livestock exports
Iran's deputy agriculture minister for livestock affairs said the Agriculture Ministry has banned the export of livestock in a bid to balance the market.
Iran's oil exports not disrupted as new US sanctions loom
Impending new US sanctions have so far not undermined the flow of oil to international markets, said an Iranian official.
Iran gas condensates exports up after US JCPOA withdrawal
Gas condensates exports from South Pars Gas Field experienced a 149-percent growth after US exit from Iran nuclear deal also known as Joint Comprehensive Plan of Action (JCPOA).
Iranian trade delegation to visit South Africa in mid-June
An Iranian trade delegation comprised of private sector representatives will travel to South Africa in mid-June to explore business opportunities.
Iran's two-month foreign trade tops $14b
Iran's foreign trade reached $14.53 billion in the two months from March 21 to May 21.
Despite efforts to stop lira fall, Turks still worried
After the embattled Turkish lira weakened against the US dollar this week, Turks remain troubled over the economy despite the government’s reassurances.
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