Iran's President Hassan Rouhani on Sunday submitted the budget bill for the next Iranian fiscal year to the Parliament, which maintains a cap on monthly subsidy payments to public and allocates part of the Subsidy Reform spending to healthcare and reduction of poverty.
Rouhani submits budget bill to Parliament
France: UN has not drawn conclusions on Yemen missile
Zarif: US anti-Iran claim aims to whitewash war crimes in Mideast
Rouhani: Muslims must unite against Israel
OIC urges recognition of Beit-ul-Moqaddas as Palestinian capital
Rouhani: Iran should benefit from JCPOA
UK’s Foreign Secretary Boris Johnson concluded his two-day visit to Iran with a meeting with President Hassan Rouhani, during which the two sides discussed bilateral ties, Iran’s nuclear deal, known as the Joint Comprehensive Plan of Action (JCPOA), and international developments.
Johnson: UK determined to cement Tehran-London ties in various sectors
Senior managers of the giant aviation companies including Airbus and Boeing, are slated to arrive in Tehran in coming days to hold talks on financing the newly-purchased passenger planes.
Boeing, Airbus officials to visit Iran soon
The BRICS countries are considering starting an internal gold trading platform, according to Russian officials. When this happens, the global economy will be significantly reshaped, and the West will lose its dominance, predicts a precious metals expert.
Internal gold trading in BRICS countries
Swiss group Autoneum has reached an exclusive license agreement with Iranian automotive supplier Ayegh Khodro Toos (AKT) to produce and distribute components in Iran, it said on Monday.
Swiss company makes Iran push with license deal
Iran’s Intelligence Minister Mahmoud Alavi raised the alarm about the Daesh terrorist group’s attempt to establish its self-proclaimed caliphate in Central Asia, Afghanistan and Pakistan after being flushed out of Iraq and Syria.
Minister: Daesh seeking foothold in Central Asia, Afghanistan, Pakistan

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