By Fereydoun Majlesi
US eyes economic ties with Iran
The world is moving towards multi-polarity in the political, economic and cultural arenas. Today, emerging countries are on course towards development and sustainable economy. They seek to create new opportunities and capacities.
Iran boosting ties with emerging economies
The approval of the Iranian Petroleum Contract (IPC) is the culmination of a summer of economic diplomacy between Moscow and Tehran.
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Mike Harris, editor of Veterans Today, says the United States is using Israel and Saudi Arabia as a “conduit” to get supplies to Daesh Takfiri terrorists who have been occupying the Syrian city of Aleppo.
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Renault is taking on a high profile in Iran. It is already in cooperation deals with the country's largest vehicle manufacturers: Iran Khodro and Saipa. The French auto giant is to set up a joint venture with the state-owned Industrial Development and Renovation Organization of Iran (IDRO). Renault will hold the majority of the shares.
Renault looks to greater presence in Iran
The government of former president Mahmoud Ahmadinejad (2005-13) initiated one of the most controversial socioeconomic plans in Iran. His administration implemented a subsidy reform plan which was met with fierce criticism from economic pundits. The first phase of the project came into force in December 2010.
Subsidy reform plan problematic
By Sadeq Zibakalam Professor, University of Tehran
Conservatives reluctant to run for president

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