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Assessing the Impact of Shifting Iran-KRG Relations

By Bijan Khajehpour, for Al-Monitor. Any opinions expressed are those of the author, and do not necessarily reflect the views of Iran Business News.

Iran and the Kurdistan Regional Government (KRG) in Iraq have historically been on good terms. During the Saddam Hussein years, Iran was one of the main countries to host Kurdish leaders. In the post-Saddam era, Tehran and Erbil have enjoyed good neighborly relations.

This relationship manifested itself in Iranian forces coming to the rescue of the Kurdish regions in their fight against the Islamic State (IS) in the summer of 2014. However, the recent independence referendum in the KRG has angered Tehran, and it is clear that the Kurdish moves will impact on both bilateral ties and wider regional alignments.

One important aspect to consider when assessing the fallout between Iran and the KRG following the independence vote is the economic dimension of their relationship in the geostrategic context of Iranian concerns.

Iran and the KRG have a multilayered relationship; most importantly, it is not all driven by the government. On the one hand, there are various trade links between the two sides, starting from very active border markets up to cross-border trade and investment.

There are five border markets between Iran and Iraqi Kurdistan. Prior to the recent events, there were plans to expand such entities to create jobs and also shift the unofficial trade toward official channels. In fact, the KRG is an important market for Iranian exporters. The trade volume between the two sides amounted to $8 billion in 2014, which made Iran the KRG’s second-largest trading partner, after Turkey.

In recent years, Iranian exports to the Kurdistan Region have dropped due to the conflict against IS. Yet, according to Kurdish sources, the trade volume between Iran and the KRG stood at $4 billion in 2016. This means that approximately 40% of the Iran-Iraq trade goes through the KRG.

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Trump Remarks “Unlikely to Impact Oil Market”

By editor on in Oil & Gas, Politics, Security

Iranian Minister of Petroleum Bijan Zangeneh said he believed it was unlikely that American President Donald Trump’s recent assertions on Iran’s nuclear program would impact the oil market.

Reacting to the US president’s recent remarks on Iran’s nuclear deal and the Joint Comprehensive Plan of Action (JCPOA), Mr. Zangeneh said:

“I see it unlikely that these remarks will have any determining impact on the price of oil.”

Speaking during a televised interview, the official said Trump’s statements were predictable to some extent, but “given the seriousness and determination we have witnessed in Europeans and Asians, we hope we will be able to continue on our agenda and, God willing, reach results.”

The US president has refused to certify the 2015 international nuclear agreement between Iran and the five permanent members of the UN Security Council and Germany and has warned he might ultimately terminate it, in defiance of other world powers and undermining a landmark victory of multilateral diplomacy, PressTV reported.

Trump said he would choose not to certify that Tehran is complying with the nuclear deal, known as the Joint Comprehensive Plan of Action (JCPOA).

Trump also said his goal is to ensure Iran would never obtain a nuclear weapon, adding, “We will not continue down a path whose predictable conclusion is more violence, more terror and the very real threat of Iran’s nuclear breakout.”

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No Change in IMF Policy on Iran

Assessing the Impact of Shifting Iran-KRG Relations

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No Change in IMF Policy on Iran

By editor on in Finance, Politics

By John Lee.

The Managing Director of the International Monterey Fund (IMF) has said the IMF sees no reason to change its policy on granting loans to Iran, despite US pressures and bans.

Christine Lagarde (pictured) told a news conference on Sunday:

“You know, we operate with 189 members, and we only provide support and enter into program negotiations when a country asks for it. And we see no reason to change anything in the guidelines that we have received from the Board and to continue to operate in the same manner.”

(Sources: IMF, Tasnim)

European Powers Continue to Support Nuke Deal

Trump Remarks “Unlikely to Impact Oil Market”

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European Powers Continue to Support Nuke Deal

By editor on in Politics, Security

Joint statement from Prime Minister Theresa May, Chancellor Angela Merkel and President Emmanuel Macron following President Trump’s statement on the US’ Iran Strategy.

We, the Leaders of France, Germany and the United Kingdom take note of President Trump’s decision not to recertify Iran’s compliance with the Joint Comprehensive Plan of Action to Congress and are concerned by the possible implications.

We stand committed to the JCPoA and its full implementation by all sides. Preserving the JCPoA is in our shared national security interest. The nuclear deal was the culmination of 13 years of diplomacy and was a major step towards ensuring that Iran’s nuclear programme is not diverted for military purposes.

The JCPoA was unanimously endorsed by the UN Security Council in Resolution 2231. The International Atomic Energy Agency has repeatedly confirmed Iran’s compliance with the JCPoA through its long-term verification and monitoring programme.

Therefore, we encourage the US Administration and Congress to consider the implications to the security of the US and its allies before taking any steps that might undermine the JCPoA, such as re-imposing sanctions on Iran lifted under the agreement.

At the same time as we work to preserve the JCPoA, we share concerns about Iran’s ballistic missile programme and regional activities that also affect our European security interests. We stand ready to take further appropriate measures to address these issues in close cooperation with the US and all relevant partners.

We look to Iran to engage in constructive dialogue to stop de-stabilising actions and work towards negotiated solutions.

Our governments are committed to ensuring the JCPoA is maintained. Independent of the JCPOA, we need to make sure that our collective wider concerns are being addressed.

We have asked our Foreign Ministers to consider with the US how to take these issues forward.

(Source: UK FCO)

Video: Trump’s Iran Speech raises Int’l Concern

No Change in IMF Policy on Iran

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Video: Trump’s Iran Speech raises Int’l Concern

By editor on in Politics, Security

From Al Jazeera. Any opinions expressed are those of the authors, and do not necessarily reflect the views of Iran Business News.

Trump’s decision on the Iran nuclear deal is raising international concerns.

Many argue the US cannot unilaterally amend a security council resolution.

Iran has also sent a formal letter of protest to the UN secretary general.

Al Jazeera’s Mike Hanna reports from the United Nations:

Trump Speech Sparks Outrage in Iran

European Powers Continue to Support Nuke Deal

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Trump Speech Sparks Outrage in Iran

From Al-Monitor. Any opinions expressed are those of the author, and do not necessarily reflect the views of Iran Business News.

In Iran, both government officials and regular citizens have reacted with anger to the Oct. 13 speech made by US President Donald Trump on his new Iran strategy.

Though Trump attempted to distinguish between the Iranian people and the Iranian state, his reference to the “Arabian Gulf” instead of the “Persian Gulf” caused widespread outrage among ordinary Iranians, with #NeverTrustUSA trending on Twitter.

The term Arabian Gulf was first used by pan-Arab movements in Iraq in the 1960s and then by nationalist Egyptian President Gamal Abdel Nasser in reaction to Tehran’s siding with Israel in its conflicts with Arab states.

Shortly after Trump’s speech, Iranian President Hassan Rouhani gave a televised address in which he slammed the US president, urging him to be ethical and polite.

Mentioning Trump’s use of the term Arabian Gulf, Rouhani said:

“I invite the US president to read more about history and geography. … How [has] a president not yet learned the name of a famous, historical and global gulf — the Persian Gulf, through which, unfortunately, American warships are constantly coming and going. He should have at least asked his military advisers how they write the name of this gulf on their maps.”

Noting Trump’s threats to kill the Joint Comprehensive Plan of Action (JCPOA), the Iranian president said:

“As long as our rights are guaranteed, and as long as our interests require, and as long as we enjoy its benefits, we will respect the JCPOA within the framework of the interests of our nation … [Trump] says that, in cooperation with Congress, he will amend the JCPOA. [Seemingly], he doesn’t know that [it is not possible] to add any clause, article and paragraph to the JCPOA.”

Hinting at Europe’s opposition to Trump’s strategy toward Iran, Rouhani continued:

“The great people of Iran saw that for the first time the United States took a stand against a multilateral international commitment, and immediately, major countries of the world and the European Union took a stand against the United States. The US today is lonelier than ever on the JCPOA and its conspiracies against the Iranian nation.”

On Oct. 14, Iranian Foreign Minister Mohammad Javad Zarif joined Rouhani in condemning Trump’s speech.

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Tehran, Ankara to trade in local currencies

TEHRAN- In a move to increase bilateral trade, the central banks of Iran and Turkey signed a deal to trade in their local currencies.

The document was signed on Thursday by Central Bank of Iran Governor Valiollah Seif and his Turkish counterpart Murat Çetinkaya during the trip of Iranian First Vice-President Es’haq Jahangiri to Turkey.

Under the deal, the Iranian rial and Turkish lira will be easily converted to help reduce the costs of currency conversion and transfer for traders. The countries had been using euros.

The deal allocates a credit line of 5 billion liras and its equal amount in Iranian rials. It would be used to facilitate the proceedings for the opening of letters of credit by merchants on both sides of the border.   

“Trading with local currencies is the most significant step to improving economic ties. The central banks of both countries agreed on this issue and they will inform other banks about how the deal will be applied,” Reuters quoted Turkish Prime Minister Binali Yildirim as saying in a joint news conference with Jahangiri.

“Trading in local currencies will be encouraged and this will contribute to making trading easier and increase the trade volume and diversity,” Yildirim added.

Earlier this month, Turkish President Tayyip Erdogan said the deal was aimed at raising Turkish-Iranian trade volume to $30 billion from current $10 billion.


South Pars development phases to be complete in 1.5 years

TEHRAN- Development phases of Iran’s South Pars gas field (in the Persian Gulf) will be completed within one and half years, according to Mohammad Meshkinfam, the managing director of Pars Oil and Gas Company (POGC), which is in charge of developing the field.

Meshkinfam said 85 percent of the phases are complete so far and implementation of the rest 15 percent will be finished by the next 1.5 years, Shana news agency reported.

South Pars, which Iran shared with Qatar in the Persian Gulf, is estimated to contain a significant amount of natural gas, accounting for about eight percent of the world’s reserves, and approximately 18 billion barrels of condensate.

The field is divided into 24 standard phases of development in the first stage. Most of the phases are fully operational at the moment.

Completing development phases of South Pars is among the Oil Ministry’s priorities outlined by President Hassan Rouhani in a decree in mid September.

Iranian, Turkish ministers discuss major transport ties

TEHRAN- Iranian Transport and Urban Development Minister Abbas Akhoundi and Turkish Minister of Transport, Maritime Affairs and Communications Ahmet Arslan conferred on major mutual transportation ties, IRNA reported on Friday.

In their meeting, the two ministers addressed the issue of transit of Turkish goods to Qatar via Iran. 

Transit of Turkish goods via the Iraqi Kurdistan was another issue discussed in their meeting. As reported, the Turkish minister announced that his country is ready to transport goods via Iran instead of the Iraqi Kurdistan to its intended destinations. 

In addition, the two sides also decided to form a committee to inspect road transportation between them.

Akhoundi was accompanying Iranian First Vice President Es’haq Jahangiri in his trip to Turkey. 


Iranian, French water associations sign co-op MOU in water sector

TEHRAN- Iran Association of Water and Wastewater Experts (IAWWE) and L'Association Internationale de L'Eau (IWA) signed an agreement on the sidelines of the 13th Iran International Water and Wastewater Exhibition (Watex 2017) in Tehran, IRNA reported on Wednesday.

The agreement which focuses on cooperation on renovation, expertise, and development in water sector between the two sides was signed by IWA’s representative Emilie Fillol and Qanbar-Ali Rajabi, the managing director of IAWWE.

As reported, the agreement also seeks to strengthen cooperation on international research projects as well as international water expositions in Iran and France.

TCCIMA to dispatch trade delegation to China in late Dec.

TEHRAN- Tehran Chamber of Commerce, Industries, Mines and Agriculture (TCCIMA) will dispatch a high ranking economic and trade delegation to China from December 24 to 29, 2017, the official website of TCCIMA announced.

The delegation will be led by TCCIMA Head Masoud Khansari and will pay visits to two Chinese cities of Beijing and Shanghai, the reported said.


Iran supports OPEC deal’s extension beyond 2018

TEHRAN - Iranian Deputy Oil Minister for International Affairs and Trading Amir-Hossein Zamaninia said Iran will support extending the OPEC, non-OPEC deal to cut oil output beyond 2018, TASS reported.

"Yes, we will support [it]," Zamaninia said at the Oil & Money conference on Tuesday, answering a question on the matter.

The deal by the Organization of the Petroleum Exporting Countries and non-OPEC producers including Russia to cut supply by about 1.8 million barrels per day runs until March 2018.

The OPEC-led supply cut at present covers 24 countries.

On the sidelines of the conference, Zamaninia also noted that Iran is interested in cooperation with consortiums of Russian, European and Asian companies in oil projects to ramp up the country’s oil production.

"We want that Russian, European and Asian companies work in Iran in consortiums," the official said.

According to the official, Russian oil companies are holding talks with European partners in this regard. He did not mention any further details.

Six Russian oil companies, Rosneft, Gazprom, Gazprom Neft, Lukoil, Tatneft and Zarubezhneft, have signed memorandums on several oil producing projects with the National Iranian Oil Company (NIOC).


Iran, Italy ink MOU on flare gas recovery

TEHRAN - The Italian power engineering company Ansaldo Energia signed a memorandum of understanding with some subsidiaries of National Iranian Oil Company (NIOC) for cooperation on flare gas recovery, Shana reported on Wednesday.

National Iranian South Oil Company, Pars Oil & Gas Company (POGC), Iranian Central Oil Fields Company (ICOFC) and Iran Fuel Conservation Company inked the MOU with Ansaldo to collect flare gas for electricity generation and upgrading oil and gas equipment.


Total sticks with Iran deal if U.S. imposes sanctions: CEO

TEHRAN - Total Chief Executive Patrick Pouyanne said his company will go ahead with Iran deal if the United States decides to impose unilateral sanctions on Teheran.

According to Reuters, in an interview with International Oil Daily, Pouyanne said, however the company would examine the consequences of Trump's decision, and if there are any laws that obliges it to withdraw from Iran, then it will comply.

"If Iran is compliant, if the European Union and China and Russia continue to consider that the JCPOA (Joint Comprehensive Plan of Action) can be applied, then that means the U.S. would have to take unilateral sanctions...," Pouyanne said in the interview published on Tuesday.

"But we will try on our side to obtain the comfort that we can continue the project, which will be our priority," he added.

Last week, Trump refused to formally certify that Iran was complying with the nuclear deal, defying both allies and adversaries. He warned that he might ultimately terminate the agreement. The U.S. Congress now has about two months to decide whether to reinstate sanctions.

Total became the first Western oil major to sign an agreement with Iran to develop phase 11 of Iran's South Pars, the world's largest gas field. Total is the operator of the $5 billion project with a 50.1 percent stake.


Norway inks €2.5b deal to build solar farm in Iran

TEHRAN – A Norwegian company called Saga Energy has signed a €2.5 billion ($2.94 billion) deal with Iran’s state-owned Amin Energy Developers to build solar power plants in Iran, Reuters reported citing the company’s directors.

Based on the deal, solar power plants with two gigawatts (GW) of power generation capacity will be constructed over a four- to five-year period, Saga Energy spokesman Rune Haaland said.

The company will rely on banks, pension funds and Norwegian state export guarantees to fund the plan, and aims to recoup its investment through a 25-year deal on electricity prices, he added.

While Saga and Lithuania’s SoliTek will produce the solar panels, much of the remaining equipment will come from Taiwan’s Delta Electronics Inc.

Saga’s deal was the latest in a flurry of deals by foreign companies since the easing of international sanctions on the country in 2016 after it agreed to limits on its disputed nuclear program.

This deal comes just days after U.S. President Donald Trump unveiled a more confrontational policy toward Teheran.

“We are a little bit worried about what Trump is doing, we are very much in favor of the atomic deal, but we will of course continue with our plans whatever Trump does, no doubt about that, nothing can change that,” Saga’s Haaland said.


Non-oil GDP growth at 7% in 6 months

TEHRAN- Iranian government spokesman Mohammad Baqer Nobakht said on Tuesday that the country’s non-oil gross domestic product grew by seven percent during the first half of the present Iranian calendar year (March 21-September 22, 2017), IRIB news reported.

As Nobakht announced in late July, GDP of Iran, including oil sector, stood at 11.1 percent in the past Iranian calendar year (ended on March 20, 2017), while non-oil GDP growth stood at 6.4 percent in the same time. 

He said these figures were released after the Statistical Center of Iran changed the base year from Iranian calendar year 1376 (March 97-March 98)to 1390 (March 2011-March 2012), while the GDP growth, including oil sector, had been announced 8.3 percent and non-oil GDP growth was put at 6.3 percent before that change.


Iran, Mauritius mull over development of economic co-op

TEHRAN- Mauritius’ Minister of Foreign Affairs, Regional Integration and International Trade Seetanah Lutchmeenaraidoo and the Ambassador of Iran to Mauritius Mohammad Moniri Nik in Port Louis discussed expansion of cooperation on trade and economic exchanges as well as cultural, tourism and education sectors, reported on Thursday.

As accorded, the two countries’ chambers of commerce will explore trade opportunities between Iran and Mauritius for further collaborative avenues specifically in energy sector.
Mauritius and Iran are members of the non-aligned movement, the Indian Ocean Rim Association and the G70.


Tehran hosting intl. printing, packaging expo

TEHRAN - The first edition of Iran’s International Exhibition of Printing, Processing and Packaging (IPAP 2017) kicked off at Tehran’s Shahr-e-Aftab International Exhibition Center on Thursday.

Some 150 domestic and foreign exhibitors from different countries including Germany, Austria, France, Italy, Belgium, South Korea, Poland, Turkey and China are showcasing their latest packaging and printing-related products and services in this event.

The four-day exhibition aims to mark Iran as the region’s center for printing and packaging industry, and also to gather the companies active in the field to unveil the latest innovations and technologies in this area.


Pakistan approves purchase of additional 100MW electricity from Iran

TEHRAN - Pakistan’s Cabinet Committee on Energy (CCE) has approved the purchase of additional 100 megawatts (MW) of electricity from Iran, Pakistan Today reported.

According to the report the Ministry of Power has been directed to make immediate arrangements and to complete the spadework expeditiously.

“For the additional 100MW, transmission line and grid station have to be constructed to meet immediate needs of Makran division, especially Gwadar Port and industrial area,” the report said.

Iran is currently providing 100MW of electricity to Pakistan based on an arrangement which is renewed annually. 

Earlier this month, Pakistan Today had reported that the country is considering the import of 100 megawatts (MW) of additional electricity from Iran to meet the growing electricity demand in Gawadar.

The electricity is going to be supplied to Gawadar area from Iran through 132kv interconnection lines between Pakistan and Iran.


Sri Lanka should come forward for euro transaction with Iran: envoy

TEHRAN- Iranian Ambassador to Sri Lanka Mohammad Zaeri Amirani said that Sri Lankan banks should come forward to facilitate trade with Iran in euro instead of dollar as they are concerned that some U.S. sanctions are continuing to be in place against Iran.

The ambassador made this remark on Wednesday while speaking at the National Chamber of Commerce of Sri Lanka (NCCSL) on the theme, "Bilateral Trade between Sri Lanka & Iran", where local business people and a few Iranian investors who have business interests in Sri Lanka were present, reported.

"This is only a concern of the banks that they would face problems if they facilitated transactions with Iran. Well, in the context of this concern, the euro channel of trading is available. Iran is trading with the EU and many other countries in euro and there has been no issue with that. As banking is crucial for trade, it is a responsibility of the banks to make the euro channel available", the ambassador emphasized.

"Negative people with a short-sighted approach would present problems for every solution. It won't help enhance our trade relations. Innovative, forward-focused thinking is an absolute necessity to increase the two countries' bilateral trade. That's the way forward to gain from our capacities and opportunities. From the time I took up my assignment as ambassador to Sri Lanka, I've received the fullest cooperation and I'm determined to take our historic relations to new heights, Zaeri Amirani assured.

Dr. Hossein Bamiri, the commercial attaché of the embassy of Iran, pointed out with data that bilateral trade volumes between 2009 and 2016 had fluctuated from time to time, always in favor of Iran.

At present Iran and Sri Lanka do not have banking relations. But at the meeting which was held on August 19, between Iranian President Hassan Rouhani and Speaker of the Sri Lankan Parliament Karu Jayasuriya, both emphasized the need to develop banking relations between the countries.

"We hope that the establishing of banking relations between Sri Lanka and Iran would be possible towards the end of this year or in the beginning of next year, Bamiri said.


S. Korean company signs airport system sales contract with Iran

TEHRAN- Korea Airports Corp. said Thursday that it signed a contract with an Iranian company for selling navigational aid systems and airport equipment in Iran.

The contract with Iranian construction company Tolid Malzomat Bargh was signed Tuesday at the Inter Airport Europe (IAE) trade fair in Germany, the Korea Herald reported.

TMB Co., which designs and manufactures electrical equipment in Iran, will promote sales of instrument landing systems and signal analyzers on behalf of KAC. In particular, KAC hopes to promote sales of the new portable signal analyzer, which uses Wi-Fi to remotely monitor signals.

At Inter Airport Europe, KAC showcased its latest developments in airport equipment including passenger boarding bridges and baggage handling systems. 

IAE was held at the Munich Trade Centre in Germany from Tuesday to Friday.


Iran Air receives two new ATR planes

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Iran’s national flag-carrier airline Iran Air has received two more turboprop planes from the Franco-Italian aviation player ATR. Iran’s national flag-carrier airline Iran Air has received two more turboprop planes from the Franco-Italian aviation player ATR. 

Franco-Italian aviation player ATR has delivered two more turboprop planes to Iran’s national flag-carrier airline Iran Air thus bringing the total number of deliveries to six from a package of 20. 

The planes can carry 70 passengers and would be used in flights over a maximum distance of 1,528 kilometers.

Iran Air took delivery of the first four ATR aircraft in May, with the rest due to be handed over to the country by the end of 2018, including a further three this year.

Iran Air’s deal with ATR that was signed in early 2017 includes options for a further 20 aircraft and a training program for Iranian pilots and engineers.

The planes will be operating among regional cities as part of a commercial plan, covering a populous crescent straddling Iran’s northwest and northeast.

Iran’s aviation officials had already said the ATR fleet may be based in the Caspian city of Rasht to connect small towns to big cities such as Tabriz and Mashhad in Iran and the Azerbaijani capital of Baku.

Iran is also renovating its aging fleet for international or long-distance flights under deals signed with Airbus and Boeing.

The deal with Boeing, signed in December, is for the purchase of 80 passenger planes. In January, Iran Air signed agreements to buy 118 planes from Airbus, before cutting the number to around 100.

Given the type of the orders, the total value of the three contracts for the purchase of 200 aircraft from Airbus, Boeing and ATR is less than $18 billion.

The country has so far received three Airbus jets and will get another by end-year. The first Boeing is due around May 2018.

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