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INSTC promotes regional businesses
The development of the International North-South Transport Corridor (INSTC) will reduce the costs and save transit time while promoting regional and national business.
Survey: Half of US business economists see recession by 2020
Roughly half the nation’s business economists say they think the US economy will slip into recession by the end of next year, and three-fourths envision such a downturn beginning by the end of 2021.
Sony to beef up chip business with new engineers
Sony Corp said on Thursday it will assign 40 percent of its new engineer hires in Japan over the next two years to the chip business which includes imaging sensors, as it looks for growth from new applications in everything from cars to phones.
Brexit 'airbags' being tested by business with 40 days to exit
With just 40 days until the UK is due to leave the European Union, businesses are testing their emergency Brexit preparations to ensure they have enough cash and staff in the event of a disorderly exit, KPMG — leading UK provider of tax, audit and advisory services — said.
Iranophobia a US-led business to rob Arabs of their wealth: Kharrazi
A top Iranian foreign policy official has said that the United States and other big powers have always been seeking to instill fears in the Arab world about Iran’s growing influence only to make them more dependent on the West.
Iran, Slovakia call for developing business cooperation
Vice chairman of the Iranian Energy Committee of Parliament and Slovak economic activists in a meeting called for the expansion and strengthening of bilateral trade relations.
Turkey will have no business in Syria's Manbij if YPG leaves, says Erdogan
Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan says his country’s military forces will have no business in Syria’s northern town of Manbij once Kurdish militants from the US-backed People's Protection Units (YPG) withdraw from the area.
Digital growth depends more on business models than technology
For startups, 2009 was a good year. More than 20 companies launched at that time, including Uber, Slack, Pinterest, and Blue Apron, eventually achieved $1 billion-plus valuations. Given that those companies were all venture-financed and emerged from Silicon Valley, you might assume that the key ingredients that have ensured their success were cutting-edge technologies, digital platforms, and customer bases that were chiefly made up of digital natives. You would be wrong.
Despite federal judge’s ruling, Obamacare exchanges are open for business, CMS official says
A spokesperson from the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services told Fox News early Saturday that open enrollment for Affordable Care Act’s health insurance will continue despite the federal judge's ruling that the law is unconstitutional and must be ‘invalidated in whole’.
Politics is a nasty business in America: Analyst
Politics is a nasty business in the United States where warring factions within organized Zionist interest groups go at each other’s throats, an American peace activist and political commentator says.
Iraqi merchants seek more partnership with Iranian businesses
Iran EXPO 2018 in Tehran is hosting 64 Iraqi businessmen and merchants who are here to negotiate and establish trade ties with their Iranian counterparts, said Iran's commercial attaché to Iraq.
VP: Iran ready to ease Japanese concerns for continuing business
Iran stands ready to address the concerns of Japanese companies willing to continue business with the country, even as the United States presses its allies to get tough on Iran and to stop importing its oil, a top government official said.
Friends who giggled their way to ecofriendly business
Friends Judith and Anne turned insecurity after surgery into an environmentally friendly business called Giggle Knickers.
New Official Car Rental System in Iran - Navaran
Hitherto Unseen
Iran has embarked on serious efforts over recent years to attract foreign tourists. To that end, it has passed facilitating regulations, built infrastructure like hotels, improved transportation and developed car rental system, and signed contracts with international airlines and travel agencies.

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