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The US economy might hit this milestone for the first time in 11 years
After a rousing rally in the spring, the economy is back on track for a heady year of growth that could come tantalizingly close to an elusive mark last achieved in 2005.
Iran minister calls for closer business ties with Slovakia
Iran's Minister of Economy and Financial Affairs Masoud Karbasian called for expansion of Tehran-Bratislava ties in a range of areas, including business and economy.
32,000 online businesses identified in Iran: Official
The Iranian government has identified 32,000 online businesses in the country, said the secretary of the Association of Online Business.
Germany's Mittelstand seek ways to maintain Iran business ties
Germany's small-to-medium-sized firms, or Mittelstand, are scrambling to work out how to maintain business in Iran after a meeting between Germany's foreign minister and his US counterpart.
Trump Organization, Kushner Companies in talks for hotel business deal
The Trump Organization has reportedly been in talks with the family company of US President Donald Trump’s son-in-law and senior adviser Jared Kushner for a potential business deal around the construction of an oceanfront property in northeast state of New Jersey.
Iran seeks to take burden off ‘kolbars’ with border market
Iran has officially opened its first cross-border retail market in its Kurdistan region with the aim of providing safe business for local people and check risky trade.
France pushing Iran business ties
France will encourage its firms to do business in Iran despite uncertainty over a landmark 2015 nuclear deal putting the business environment in 'limbo', a senior French finance official said on Thursday.
Two dead, multiple people shot at California business
Multiple people have been shot and at least two people have died in what seems to be a workplace homicide at a business in Southern California, authorities said.
Five steps that will make your business more climate resistant
No business is immune to the devastating effects of climate change anymore, as we saw from the onslaught of extreme weather events in 2017. Disasters brought more than $300 billion in damages in 2017, a 60-percent increase over 2016.
Detention seen warning to Jordan as Saudi Arabia releases tycoon
Sources close to the family of Sabih al-Masri, Jordan's most influential businessman, say he has returned to his home in Riyadh after being detained by Saudi authorities.
Australia business conditions jump to all
A measure of Australian business conditions surged to its highest on record in October as strength in sales and profits across a range of industries completely overwhelmed protracted weakness in the retail sector.
South Korean businesses set for China thaw
For many companies caught in the middle of a year-long political dispute between China and South Korea, the detente announced Tuesday formalizes a thawing that’s been in the making for months.
S Africa-Iran business forum kicks off in Pretoria
Iran-South Africa Business Forum started in Pretoria, South Africa on Monday, with Iran Foreign Minister Mohammad-Javad Zarif addressing the opening ceremony.
Pretoria to host South Africa-Iran business forum
Pretoria on Monday will host officials and traders from South African Department of Trade and Industry (DTI) and their counterparts from Iran.
French businesses seek clarity on Iran nuclear deal
French businesses and foreign and finance ministries' officials will meet next week as they work together to understand better the consequences of US President Donald Trump's refusal to certify the 2015 Iran nuclear deal.

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