The head of Iran's Budget and Planning Organization said the budget bill for the next fiscal year that will begin on March 21 has been submitted to the Parliament.
Official: Next budget bill focuses on Iranians' livelihood amid US sanctions
Leader of Islamic Revolution Ayatollah Seyyed Ali Khamenei ordered the Central Bank of Iran (CBI) to boost the value of rial, the bank’s governor said on Saturday, after a months-long plunge in the currency due to a faltering economy and US sanctions.
Leader urges CBI to boost currency
Nearly 40 percent of the major railway project connecting southeastern port city of Chabahar to Zahedan, the provincial capital of Sistan-Baluchestan, has been completed, said an official at the Islamic Republic of Iran Railways.
Chabahar-Zahedan railway project on track: IRIR official
Iran’s exports of citrus fruits will soon hit the shelves in Persian Gulf states as the country aims to expand its exports to neighboring countries, said deputy minister of agriculture.
Plans underway to export citrus fruits to Persian Gulf states
State-run Indian oil refiner Hindustan Petroleum Corp will buy Iranian crude in January after a gap of six months, with the nation’s overall purchases from Tehran at 9 million barrels in the month, four industry sources said.
HPCL to buy Iranian oil in Jan. after six-month gap
OPEC finally broke an impasse over production curbs on Friday, agreeing on a larger-than-expected cut with allies after two days of fractious negotiations in Vienna.
OPEC, allies agree to output cut; Iran exempted
Nissan Motor Co. is planning to recall 150,000 vehicles in Japan after uncovering more failures in its final vehicle inspection process, dealing another blow to the carmaker whose former Chairman Carlos Ghosn is detained over alleged financial crimes.
Nissan to recall 150,000 cars after uncovering more inspection failures
House prices in the UK are rising at their slowest annual pace in six years, with growth falling from 1.5pc in October to 0.3 percent in November, according to the latest figures from Halifax.
House price growth in Britain falls to six-year low
UK Prime Minister Theresa May’s plans for a crackdown on immigration after Brexit could cause UK companies to go bust and spark job losses across the country, the head of Britain’s biggest business lobby group has warned.
UK immigration crackdown 'could send companies to the wall'
The euro area’s top two economies painted a mixed picture for the start to the final quarter of 2018, leaving the jury out on whether the region is in for a prolonged economic slowdown or a rebound in momentum.
France offers euro economy small hope amid mixed German picture

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