0603 GMT June 23, 2018
Iran Air launches Tehran-Tbilisi flights
Iran Air has launched regular flights from Tehran to the Georgian capital of Tbilisi, announced Georgia's Civil Aviation Agency.
Iran draws $2.5b in renewables in five years
Iran has attracted $2.5 billion to implement projects in the renewable energy sector since August 2013.
Oil export to Japan tops 5m barrels in Feb.
Iran's oil exports, which included gas condensate, to Japan in February reached 5.04 million barrels, according to official figures.
Iran wants direct rice import from Pakistan
Iran is looking for ways for direct rice import from Pakistan, said a former Iranian foreign minister.
Offshoring jobs and buying robots creates better new jobs
Buying robots to take over repetitive jobs and offshoring basic tasks to foreign workers is not bad for employment in the UK — instead, it creates more and better paid jobs.
IDB to support Tunisia with $1.5b
The Islamic Development Bank group (IDB) will provide Tunisia with $1.5 billion in the form of financing public investments, a Tunisia official said.
Grounds created for Iran's effective role in Silk Road
Grounds have been created for Iran to play an effective role in China's Silk Road initiative, said an expert on foreign affairs.
Seventh Indian wheat cargo for Afghanistan arrives in Chabahar
The seventh consignment of Indian wheat bound for Afghanistan arrived at Iran's southeastern port of Shahid Beheshti in Chabahar, Sistan-Baluchestan Province.
Iraq to start oil swap with Iran soon
A senior Iraqi official said his country could start sending crude by truck from Kirkuk to Iran's Kermanshah refinery within a week or two.
Tehran-Copenhagen trade rises
Trade between Tehran and Copenhagen rose to $398 million in 2017, said Iran's Ambassador to Denmark Morteza Moradian on Sunday.
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