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Europeans, Asians keen on Iran market despite US sanctions
Many foreign companies and financial institutions, especially the European ones, have said they prefer to continue business in Iran despite threat of penalties by the US which recently withdrew from the Iran nuclear deal.
Europeans should make up for US withdrawal from JCPOA: AEOI
Head of the Atomic Energy Organization of Iran (AEOI) Ali Akbar Salehi says European signatories to a landmark nuclear agreement Tehran signed with major powers in 2015 should compensate for the United States' decision to pull out of the deal.
Europeans, IMF tell Trump to step back from trade war
Europe and the IMF urged Donald Trump on Wednesday to step back from the brink of a trade war, after the resignation of his top economic adviser emboldened those encouraging him to push ahead with tariffs on imported steel and aluminum.
Europeans working against US efforts to harm Iran deal
Major powers in Europe have been working to find ways to nullify efforts by US President Donald Trump to undermine a nuclear deal with Iran, says David O’Sullivan, the European Union ambassador to the United States.
US making billions in arms sales to Europeans: Report
The United States is making billions of dollars in American arms sales to European nations by raising the specter of Russian aggression, according to a report.
The IQ of Europeans dropping due to technology
Intelligence levels are falling in advanced industrial countries across Europe, according to new research, which cites Scandinavia and the UK as key examples of places that have seen declines in recent decades.
Europeans and Asians, attractive partners of Iran’s renewable energy projects
An official from the Atlantic Council’s South Asia Center says under the terms of the Paris Agreement, Iran pledges to reduce its greenhouse gas emissions by at least 4 percent and as much as 12 percent by 2030.
Despairing of Trump, Europeans look to Congress to save Iran nuclear deal
By Julian Borger in Washington Despite pressure from UK and France, US president expected to declare Tehran in violation of agreement but Senate could yet block reimposition of sanctions
Europeans starting to leave UK in 'statistically significant' numbers
Net migration to the UK fell by 84,000 people to 248,000 in 2016, driven by an increase in European citizens leaving the country, the Office for National Statistics said.
Europeans eager to join Iran downstream oil projects
A number of leading companies from the UK, Germany and Switzerland have voiced their readiness to join downstream energy projects in Iran, said managing director of the Iranian Oil Pipelines and Telecommunication Company (IOPTC).
Will Lagarde face BRICS challenge?
As International Monetary Fund chief Christine Lagarde's mandate enters the final stretch, emerging-market powers seem hesitant about teaming up to try to wrest the job away from Europeans.
Iran firms ditch Chinese for Europeans
Iran’s petrochemical manufacturers are turning to the Europeans to get finance for new projects, ditching Chinese investors who are charging high commissions and fees.

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