August 27, 2000
Iran plans to privatise some 100 of its smaller copper and lead mines, which would also be made available to foreign companies.
Iran is losing out on tax revenue from tobacco because two out of three cigarettes smoked nationwide are smuggled into the country. Iran's free-trade zones (FTZs) have recently been accused of being b
Iran will build a steel plant in Kuwait that marks the Islamic republic's first-ever industrial factory abroad. The plant will be operational in the emirate by March 2002 but gave no further details a
Iran will build a steel plant in Kuwait that marks the Islamic republic's first-ever industrial factory abroad.
Iran's latest major oil and gas discoveries will help return the world market's attention to the low-cost energy reserves in the Gulf, to the benefit of Iraq and Saudi Arabia, analysts say.
The Iranian oil ministry is studying a plan to create an international organization for gas-producing countries, an official from the think tank that drafted the proposal.
A senior United States official blasted Friday a Turkish accord with Iran struck earlier this month for the opening up of Iranian gas sales to the country in July next year.
August 26, 2000
Some $8.33 billion of buyback contracts for the development of Iranian oil fields are being finalized, Deputy Oil Minister for International Affairs S
Iran will likely purchase 500.000 tons of Pakistani wheat in accordance with an initial agreement reached between the two Muslim countries, the Pakist
Japan’s Ministry of International Trade and Industries (MIT) will cooperate in Iran's energy sector, the Japanese paper Yomiuri wrote on Friday, quote
Iranian Foreign Minister Kamal Kharazi says his African tour last week, which included South Africa and Zimbabwe, could lead to expanded economic ties
Conference on Third World Academy of Sciences (TWAS) as well as the 14th session of the Third World Network of Science Organization (TWNSO) would be h
The body of one of the Iranian pilots on a helicopter that went down in the Gulf earlier this month has been found in the wreckage of the aircraft, ac
August 24, 2000
Iran has located the wreckage of a helicopter that went down in the Gulf earlier this month but the fate of the two Iranian pilots is still unknown.
Iran has ended its state monopoly on the export of caviar in a bid to revive the sluggish industry.