Iran blocks Chevrolet imports even after sanctions lift
... Renaults/Dacias, and Suzukis under contract. Though there are nearly a dozen other manufacturers building cars and trucks in the Islamic Republic, Iran Khodro and its chief rival SAIPA reportedly account for some 94 percent of new cars produced there.
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Europe's banks haunted by U.S. fines forgo Iran deals
European companies flocking back to Iran are doing so without their favored lenders at their side. Less than two years after BNP Paribas agreed to pay a record $9 billion U.S. fine in part for dealings with Iran, many of the continent's biggest banks ...
What to know about doing business in Iran
Iran's international oil show: Participants under spell of banking problem
Iran Threatens To Close Oil Shipping Lanes, Could Beijing Do Likewise In South China Sea?
News from late last week that Iran had threatened to close oil shipping lanes in the Strait of Hormuz if the U.S. proceeds with further military drills in the area is disturbing enough, but it also provokes questions about actions China could also take ...
Iran lashes out, threatens to shut Strait of Hormuz over GOP rep's bill
Iran's threats to close the Strait of Hormuz hollow
Iran Accuses US of Meddling as Tensions Grow
British Iranian Citizen Detained In Iran
A British-Iranian citizen has reportedly been in jail in Iran for over a month. Nazanin Zaghari-Ratcliff, a project manager with the Thomson Reuters foundation, was detained at Tehran airport on April 3 by Iran's Islamic Revolutionary Guards Corps ...
Iran Through The Eyes Of A Teenage Amateur Astronomer
"Every day, every night, I dream of floating in space." These are the words of Sepideh, an Iranian teenage girl who is in love with astronomy and wants to be an astronaut. Sepideh lives in a small town in the southwestern Iranian province of Fars. A ...
Can Iran And Saudi Arabia's Production Claims Be Believed?
It's always the ultimate test when trading oil stocks – what to believe and what not to believe. Normally, you take earnings season with a grain of salt – never really sure what realities will come from the fantasies of CEO pronouncements and targets ...
Iran suffers losses in Syria, Aleppo truce extended
DUBAI Thirteen Iranian soldiers were killed in a battle with Islamist militants over a village near the Syrian city of Aleppo, Tehran said on Saturday, in one of Iran's biggest single-day losses since it sent forces to support President Bashar al-Assad.
US seeks pretexts for new Iran sanctions: Poll
The United States is seeking a new pretext to impose new sanctions against Iran through the country's defensive missile program, a PressTV poll finds. In a survey carried out by PressTV on April 3-May 7, some 58% of respondents believed that the US is ...
Iran sees no limits to holding military drills: minister
Iran says several of its soldiers killed near Aleppo
DUBAI Several Iranian soldiers were killed near Aleppo, the Revolutionary Guards said on Saturday, in what appeared to be one of Iran's biggest losses in Syria since it deployed forces to support Syrian President Bashar al-Assad. Islamist insurgents on ...
Syria fight kills Iran Guard's 13
President Assad remaining in power Iran's redline: Iran official
Iran fans the flame of conflict in Syria
Turkey and Iraq convulse: Bad news for Iran
Turkey's turn to presidentialism directly affects Ankara's foreign policy toward the Levant and ultimately Iran's interests. With power concentrated in Erdogan, the Turkish prime minister is most certainly moving aggressively in his vision of the ...