Cooperation and relations between Iran and Serbia have been constantly expanding in tourism, trade and economic sectors, particularly following the introduction of a visa free travel regime between the two countries in 2017.
Iran, Serbia taking giant steps to enhance economic cooperation
Iran will use Qatar to facilitate payment orders in foreign currencies, phasing out such operations in Dubai where restrictions imposed by the UAE government are making financial transactions difficult.
Qatar replacing UAE as hawala trade hub for Iran
An Iranian economist has hailed plans by the government of President Hassan Rouhani to replace the dollar with the euro in foreign-currency accounting as 'logical' and 'admissible'.
Iranian economist: Dumping dollar 'logical', 'admissible'
UAE's Emirates Airline said it is expanding operations in Iran which the company described 'a very important market'.
UAE airline plans expansion in Iran
Iran and Pakistan have agreed to discuss implementation of Iran-Pakistan (IP) gas pipeline project and for this, the authorities concerned of both the countries will hold meeting in Tehran either by end of the current month or in the early next month, Pakistani daily ‘The News’ reported, quoting senior official at Petroleum Division.
Iran, Pakistan to discuss IP implementation
Nearly 650 shops and restaurants, run by a handful of major chains, have shut since the start of 2018 or are at risk of closure.
UK retail woes force hundreds of store closures
At a time when funding for UN agencies is on the decline — and also threatened with cuts by the Trump administration — the Indian government has made an additional contribution of $50 million to development funding.
India pledges $50m more to UN partnership fund
Thirty-two percent of insurers plan to maintain or increase their investments in private equity in the next 12 months to boost returns, a survey of 300 executives overseeing more than $10 trillion in insurance assets showed on Tuesday.
Goldman: Global insurers plan to ramp up private equity investments
Shipments of LPG scheduled to be lifted from Iran in April rose further to around 500,000 tons, almost matching January shipments of 520,000 tons which was the highest volume since Western sanctions against the producer were removed in January 2016, shipping sources said.
Iran's April LPG exports jump to about 500,000 tons
The International Monetary Fund welcomed calls from the US that it should push for more transparency in global trade and lending, the Fund's boss said.
IMF's Lagarde: Truth and transparency are key to rebuilding trust

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