October 30, 2000
Japan and Iran have reached a basic agreement under which Tokyo will acquire preferential rights to develop and operate an Iranian oil field, accordin
Iran cut off electricity to the autonomous Azerbaijani republic of Nakhichevan because it still owes Tehran 45 million dollars.
The governments of Japan and the Islamic Republic of Iran recently reached a basic agreement under which Japan will acquire preferential rights to operate and develop an Iranian oil field, one of the
Japan’s imports from Iran, much of crude oil, stood at more than $1.27 billion during the first half of 2000, 3.3 percent above the amount registered during the same period in 1999, said Madika Onishi
Japan’s imports from Iran, mainly crude oil, stood at more than $1.27 billion during the first half of 2000 — 3.3 percent above the amount registered during the same period in 1999.
Japan and Iran have reached a basic agreement under which Tokyo will acquire preferential rights to develop and operate an Iranian oil field, one of the largest in the Middle East, a report said Monda
Only two foreign banks are left from a list of ten who had originally intended to establish offices and business ties in Iranian Free Trade Zones (FTZ).
October 29, 2000
Iran and Pakistan vowed Sunday to boost their military cooperation during a visit to Tehran by the head of the Pakistani navy.
Iranian President Mohammed Khatami warned Sunday of the "psychological sickness" of international relations amid the ongoing violence in the Middle Ea
The police commander of Iran's Fars province and his bodyguard were seriously wounded in an attack.
A revolutionary court on Sunday opened the closed-door trial of several allies of President Mohammed Khatami who attended a controversial "anti-Islami
Iran's reform-majority parliament on Sunday passed a bill that would require court approval for boys under 18 or girls under 15 to get married.
Iran wants Pakistan to hand over an ancient mummy recently discovered in the Pakistani border province of Baluchistan.
An Iranian trade delegation including 270 businessmen led by the Iranian president's advisor on economic affairs will start a one-week visit to Cairo
Iran began eight days of war games Sunday in the Gulf's Strait of Hormuz and Sea of Oman with a delegation from Oman on hand as observers.