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Possible new sanctions on Iran not to significantly affect nuclear talks - expert

The possible new sanctions on Iran not going to have an immediate impact, Senior fellow at Nanyang Technological University’s S. Rajaratnam School of International Studies, James M. 449 more words

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Gulf neighbors do not welcome Iran's initiative to establish petrochemical-exporting organization

Persian Gulf countries do not welcome Iran’s initiative to establish a joint organization for exporting petrochemicals, Professor of Political Science, expert on Iran and Middle East, Reza Taghizadeh said. 269 more words

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Six reasons why Iran should use compressed natural gas for vehicles

The use of natural gas in vehicles in the world has been increasing, and one country that could benefit big from natural gas-run vehicles is Iran. 563 more words

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Iran's true intentions behind proprietorship of four Persian Gulf islands

It’s no secret that Iran sometimes makes certain moves to show the neighboring countries that it’s presence in the region is growing.

Yesterday, Iran’s Oil Ministry issued a request to the government, asking for the proprietorship of several islands, located in the Persian Gulf, aiming to launch gas hubs in the region. 363 more words

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3 ways for Iran's government to increase its revenues

There are three ways, through which Iran’s government could increase its revenues, U.S. Northeastern University Professor Kamran Dadkhah believes.

The expert was commenting on the issue of Iran preparing its budget for the next year, and what problems it could face, while doing so. 441 more words

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Major problems for Iran's next year budget revealed

The deficit for the next year’s budget, and establishment of the budget itself are the biggest concerns right now for the Iranian government, and the parliament as well. 317 more words

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Iran's banking system sinking in bad loans...

Today, Iran’s banking system, day by day is sinking in bad loans, that seem to continue to pile up, as the time goes on.

The “Ticarete Farda” newspaper recently reported that after Mahmoud Ahmadinejad became president in 2005, the amount of bad loans rose by $57 billion in the last 7,5 years. 648 more words

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