The Russian company Sukhoi Civil Aircraft will return to the issue of supplies of Sukhoi Superjet 100 (SSJ100) jets to Iran after the share of US components in the plane sinks to less than 10 percent, said the firm's president, Alexander Rubtsov, on Thursday.
Sukhoi to consider supplies to Iran after components' substitution
Iran sold about one million barrels of light oil to international clients over the past 20 days after making changes in its oil exports pattern, said the head of Iranian Parliament's Economic Committee.
More int'l clients willing to buy Iran's oil: Lawmaker
Iran exported agricultural products worth $3.351 billion in the seven months to October 22, which shows a growth of 16.5 percent compared to the figure for the same timespan in the preceding year, said a trade official.
Agro exports near $3.5b in seven months
Following the unveiling of the African Continental Free Trade Agreement in Kigali, Rwanda, in March 2018, Africa is about to become the world’s largest free trade area: 55 countries merging into a single market of 1.2 billion people with a combined GDP of $2.5 trillion.
Africa set for a massive free trade area
Japan’s exports likely rebounded in October after falls led by a series of natural disasters, a Reuters poll found on Friday, but worries over global demand and the US-China trade war linger.
Japan's exports to rebound in October, core CPI steady
In the shadows of a long-silent East German nuclear reactor on the edge of the Baltic Sea, engineers are drilling, dredging, and digging in a forest clearing. As one set of workers shifts contaminated concrete and other radioactive materials from the Soviet-designed Greifswald plant, half a kilometer away contractors for Gazprom PJSC are building the latest monument to Europe’s growing dependence on Russia for energy: the controversial Nord Stream 2 gas pipeline. Germany could receive more gas pumped directly from Siberian fields as soon as late next year.
Russia’s $11b natural gas pipeline is primed to fuel Europe
India house prices will rise at half the rate of consumer price inflation next year, hit by dwindling credit supply, according to a Reuters poll of housing market experts who said Delhi, the national capital, will be hit hardest.
India house prices to rise at half the rate of inflation in 2019
Personal remittances from overseas Filipinos (OFs) for the first nine months of 2018 grew by 2.4 percent year-on-year to reach $23.7 billion, the Philippine central bank said.
Philippine first nine months personal remittances reach $23.7b
Iran’s ambassador to the UK said that the US has failed to rally the world community behind its new sanctions against Iran, and that the Islamic Republic possesses “enough leverage” to keep its oil sales going despite US attempts to reduce them to “zero.”
Envoy: Iran has enough leverage to sell oil
International Monetary Fund head Christine Lagarde said central banks around the world should consider issuing digital currency.
IMF's Lagarde: Central banks could issue digital money

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