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Iran-UK trade relations growing despite US sanctions: Traders
Attendants at a meeting dubbed “Iran-UK Business Relations: Opportunities and Prospects,” which was held in London on Friday stressed that despite US sanctions and problems with financial and banking transactions, trade relations between the two countries were growing thanks to the role of small- and medium-sized companies.
Turkey bank says US using Iran sanctions over Syria offensive
Turkey’s second largest state bank Halkbank has slammed the United States for using sanctions related to Iran over a current standoff with Turkey on the situation in Syria.
Iraq gets another Iran sanctions waiver from US
The US State Department granted another Iran sanctions waiver to Iraq, further extending a grace period for vital energy imports.
US sanctions on Iran amount to crime against humanity: Rouhani
President Hassan Rouhani once again on Tuesday denounced the United States for unleashing a campaign of “economic terrorism” against the Iranian nation, saying Washington has committed “a crime against humanity” by imposing sanctions on food and medical supplies.
Trump: 'Big sanctions on Turkey coming'
US President Donald Trump has said that "big sanctions" on Turkey are coming after its military launched an offensive against Kurdish fighters in northern Syria.
Iran boosting maritime transport despite US sanctions: Official
Iran’s Ports and Maritime Organization (PMO) CEO Mohammad Rastad highlighted the failure of the US sanctions against the country and said despite the economic pressures, Iran’s maritime transport is progressing well.
US sanctions impeding treatment of Iranian victims of Saddam’s chemical attacks: OPCW envoy
Iran’s ambassador and permanent representative to the Organization for the Prohibition of Chemical Weapons (OPCW) says unilateral US sanctions have prevented the country’s access to medical and health services required to treat victims of chemical attacks carried out by former Iraqi dictator Saddam Hussein in 1980s.
US sanctions on Iran Central Bank amount to ‘war crimes’: Zarif
Iranian Foreign Minister Mohammad Javad Zarif said on Wednesday that the US sanctions targeting the Central Bank of Iran (CBI) are illegal and nothing short of "war crimes," because the impact from these measures is primarily focused on the people of Iran.
Iran’s stock market outstrips global rivals
The stock market of Iran, for a long time dogged by US sanctions, has notched up a notable achievement: Ranking among the world’s best performing over the past 12 months, as domestic investors seek refuge from rampant inflation.
US 'won't be able to finish' war against Iran: Zarif
US bans on Iranian health sector equal ‘economic terrorism'
US sanctions hindering Iran anti-pollution efforts: Minister
Iran's Oil Minister Bijan Namdar Zanganeh said Tuesday that US sanctions were preventing Tehran's access to equipment it had bought to curb pollution from gas flares at energy plants.

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