Iran can turn into a hub for exports of agricultural products in the region if it effectively battles water crisis and manages water shortage, said a former Iranian agriculture minister.
Iran can turn into region's agricultural hub: Ex-minister
Iran exported 18.72 million tons of commodities worth $7.55 billion during March 21-May 21 compared to figure for the same period last year showing a growth of 4.6 percent and 19 percent in terms of weight and value, respectively.
Iran's two-month exports up
Iran's state rail company signed a memorandum of understanding with Switzerland's rail tracks maintenance machines manufacturer Matisa for obsolescence management.
Swiss rail company signs MoU with Iran
Persian Gulf producers did not agree on need for output increase: Sources
Iran's Oil Minister Bijan Zanganeh called on the Organization of the Petroleum Exporting Countries (OPEC) to resist calls from Washington to alter its output policies.
Iran's oil minister calls on OPEC to resist Trump's calls to alter output policies
The escalating trade war between Washington and Beijing has jolted investors for the first time in months as a sharp sell-off in Chinese shares started a ripple through global markets that hit companies in major exporting nations particularly hard.
Mounting trade fears send waves through global markets
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Closing Africa’s wealth gap
Esfahan Steel Company (ESCO) announced in a statement that the first domestically-manufactured rail tracks were handed over to Islamic Republic of Iran Railways, adding that the rails are on par with the latest global standards.
Iran manufactures first domestic rail tracks
Beijing's retaliatory measures against US tariffs can include penalties on oil coming to China from America. A cut in Chinese purchases of US oil may benefit Iran's sales.
China can substitute US oil with Iranian crude to 'infuriate Trump': Analyst
Spain's Repsol has hired Malta-flagged suezmax Mabrouk to ship the first export parcel of Pars oil produced from West Karoun fields in southwest Iran, sources and shipping data in Thomson Reuters Eikon showed.
Spain's Repsol hires tanker for Iran's Pars oil
Tehran will maximize its benefits from a preferential trade agreement it recently signed with members of the Eurasian Economic Union, said Iran's ambassador to Kazakhstan underlining the need for robust legal and banking infrastructures to attain this goal.
Iran after EEU preferential trade deal benefits: Envoy

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