Iran expects its saffron production to reach 430 tons in the current Iranian year (started March 21), said the medicinal plants project manager of Iran's Ministry of Agriculture.
Annual saffron harvest to hit 430 tons: Official
Attendants at a meeting dubbed “Iran-UK Business Relations: Opportunities and Prospects,” which was held in London on Friday stressed that despite US sanctions and problems with financial and banking transactions, trade relations between the two countries were growing thanks to the role of small- and medium-sized companies.
Iran-UK trade relations growing despite US sanctions: Traders
Iran’s minister of trade said the country will spend nearly €300 million to build 200 large vessels as an ailing shipbuilding sector keeps growing only because foreign companies avoid offering services to the country due to American sanctions.
Iran plans to spend €300m to build 200 large cargo ships: Minister
Business group Ibec said it was encouraged by the agreement between the EU and UK on a new Brexit Withdrawal Agreement.
Cautious welcome to Brexit deal from business groups north and south of border
Angola and the International Monetary Fund have agreed that the oil producer won’t scrap fuel subsidies before a new cash-transfer program is in place to protect vulnerable households from the impact of higher prices.
Angola will only scrap subsidies when cash transfers are ready
The International Monetary Fund supported India's recent decision to reduce corporate income tax, saying it has a positive impact on investment.
IMF says corporate income tax cut will help revive investment in India
China's growth dropped last quarter to its lowest level in nearly three decades, as the world's second largest economy continues to feel the pain from the trade war with the United States.
China's economic growth drops to lowest level since 1992
Turkey’s second largest state bank Halkbank has slammed the United States for using sanctions related to Iran over a current standoff with Turkey on the situation in Syria.
Turkey bank says US using Iran sanctions over Syria offensive
Indian mills are selling sugar to Iran after New Delhi announced a subsidy to help cash-strapped mills export a surplus, five traders said, as Tehran strives to secure food supplies under US sanctions.
Subsidy helps India traders sell sugar to Iran: Report
The US State Department granted another Iran sanctions waiver to Iraq, further extending a grace period for vital energy imports.
Iraq gets another Iran sanctions waiver from US

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