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Contract finalized on purchase of 6 more ATR aircraft

Contract finalized on purchase of 6 more ATR aircraft - Mehr News Agency

Iran Air CEO:

فرود دو فروند هواپیمای ای تی ار خریداری شده در تهران TEHRAN, Oct. 12 (MNA) – Iran Air (HOMA) CEO Farzaneh Sharafbafi announced Thu. that the contract on the purchase of six more ATR aircraft has been finalized with the Franco-Italian plane manufacturer.

Speaking to reporters Thursday morning on the sidelines of the arrival of the second newly-purchased ATR aircraft at Bandar Abbas International Airport, Iran Air (HOMA) CEO Farzaneh Sharafbafi added that the aircraft will fly in ten domestic flight routes.

The next stage will be to have the ATR aircraft fly in the flight routes of the Persian Gulf littoral states, she added.

According to her, a contract on the purchase of 20 other ATR aircraft is being drawn up with the Franco-Italian plane manufacturer.

She expressed hope that all purchased ATR aircraft will be delivered to Iran by the end of 2018 as mentioned in the contract in order to boost the country’s aviation sector.

Back in April, Iran signed a deal on the purchase of 20 ATR 72-600 with ATR as a third aircraft manufacturer after having signed lucrative deals with Airbus and Boeing following the implementation of the nuclear deal.

The first package including four out of the twenty purchased ATR aircraft landed in Tehran in May 17, followed by two more on September 29.

The ATR 72-600 has a range of 1,500km and 70 seats.

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<div>Iran's economy min. heads for Washington DC to attend World Bank Summit</div>

Iran's economy min. heads for Washington DC to attend World Bank Summit - Mehr News Agency مسعود کرباسیان وزیر امور اقتصاد و دارایی TEHRAN, Oct. 12 (MNA) – Minister of Economic Affairs and Finance Masoud Karbasian headed for Washington DC to attend 2017 Annual Meetings of the World Bank Group and the International Monetary Fund.

This morning, on Thursday, Karbasian went to Washington DC to attend the World Bank summit and to meet with top banking officials.

On the sidelines of the summit, bilateral meetings with ministers and economic officials from several countries, the vice chairman and managers of the World Bank Group, the head of the International Monetary Fund and the heads of the Central Bank are among the programs that are on the agenda of Iran's economy minister.

The World Bank's autumn summit will be held in Washington DC on October 13-15. The Islamic Republic of Iran is also the eighteenth member of the International Monetary Fund (IMF).

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Iran makes strong presence at Offshore Energy 2017

Iran makes strong presence at Offshore Energy 2017 - Mehr News Agency سفیر در هلند TEHRAN, Oct. 11 (MNA) – The 17th exhibition and conference of Offshore Energy is currently underway in the Netherlands with a strong participation from Iranian companies and Iran’s ambassador to The Hague.

The Offshore Energy 2017 kicked off on Tuesday in Amsterdam with participation of 7550 international companies from 99 countries, including Iran, with an aim to present opportunities, capabilities and transfer of new technologies in the offshore and marine energy sectors.

In this year’s edition, 18 Iranian companies in the form of 10-membered delegations comprising managers and experts from the offshore oil and gas industry are showcasing their products and services at Iran’s pavilion.

The three-day event addresses the technical, operational and commercial challenges associated with future sector growth.

Speaking on the sidelines of the exhibition, Iranian ambassador to The Hague Alireza Jahangiri highlighted Iran and the Netherlands’ relations in the post-JCPOA era, saying the two countries have a number of plans and policies on agenda for further development of bilateral cooperation; “within this framework, the energy sector is one of the most promising sectors for expanding relations between the two countries,” he added.

“Iran’s policy is to stay away from crude oil and gas sales and move toward offshore energy,” Jahangiri said. “For this end, the Netherlands’ technology and investment can prove helpful for realization of Iran’s policies.”

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FAO highlights rural-urban connections to reduce hunger

TEHRAN, Oct. 11 (MNA) – Millions of young people in developing countries who are poised to enter the labour force in the coming decades need not flee rural areas to escape poverty, argues a new FAO report published today.

Rural areas actually have vast potential for economic growth pegged to food production and related sectors, The State of Food and Agriculture 2017 says. And with the majority of the world's poor and hungry living in these areas, achieving the 2030 development agenda will hinge on unlocking that oft-neglected potential, it adds.

Doing so will require overcoming a thorny combination of low productivity in subsistence agriculture, limited scope for industrialization in many places, and rapid population growth and urbanization — all of which pose challenges to developing nations' capacity to feed and employ their citizens.

There is ample evidence that changes to rural economies can have major impacts. Transformations of rural economies have been credited with helping hundreds of millions of rural people lift themselves up out of poverty since the 1990s, the report notes.

However, that progress has been patchy, and demographic growth is raising the stakes.

Between 2015 and 2030, the ranks of people aged 15-24 years are expected to rise by about 100 million, to 1.3 billion. Almost all that increase will take place in sub-Saharan Africa — the lion's share of it in rural zones.

But in many developing countries — most notably in South Asia and sub-Saharan Africa — growth in the industrial and service sectors has lagged, and they will not be able to absorb the massive numbers of new job seekers set to enter the workforce.

Nor will agriculture — in its current form.

So rural people who relocate to cities will likely run a greater risk of joining the ranks of the urban poor, instead of finding a pathway out of poverty. Others will need to look for employment elsewhere, leading to seasonal — or permanent — migration.

This is why targeting policy support and investment to rural areas to build vibrant food systems and supporting agro-industries that are well connected to urban zones —especially small and medium size cities — will create employment and allow more people to stay, and thrive, in the countryside  represents a strategic intervention, today's report says.

Transformed rural economies won't necessarily be a panacea that solves all the pressures that drive people to relocate, but they will generate much-needed jobs and contribute to making out-migration more of a choice, rather than a necessity.

“Too often ignored by policy-makers and planners, territorial networks of small cities and towns are important reference points for rural people — the places where they buy their seed, send their children to school and access medical care and other services,” FAO Director-General José Graziano da Silva notes in his forward to the report.

“Policy-makers are urged to recognize the catalytic role of small cities and towns in mediating the rural-urban nexus and providing smallholder farmers with greater opportunities to market their produce and share in the benefits of economic growth,” he adds.

How urban food demand can spark rural renewal

The State of Food and Agriculture makes the case that needed transformations in rural economies can be sparked by leveraging growing demand for food in urban areas to diversify food systems and generate new economic opportunities in off-farm, agriculture -related activities.

This includes enterprises that process or refine, package or transport, and store, market or sell food, as well as businesses that supply production inputs such as seeds, tools and equipment, and fertilizers or provide irrigation, tilling or other services

Already, growing demand coming from urban food markets currently consumes up to 70 percent of national food supplies, even in countries with large rural populations, the report notes.

No silver bullets

But while urbanization provides a ‘golden opportunity’ for agriculture, it also presents challenges for millions of small-scale family farmers.

Markets that are more profitable can lead to the concentration of food production in large commercial farms, to value chains dominated by large processors and retailers, and to the exclusion of smallholders.

So supportive public policies and investments will be key to harnessing urban demand as an engine for transformative and equitable growth, and measures designed to ensure market participation by small-scale, family-farmers must be hard-wired into policies.

Family farmers, infrastructure, small cities and towns

The study lays out three lines for action:

The first involves putting in place a range of policies designed to ensure that small-scale producers are able to participate fully in meeting urban food demands. Measures to strengthen land tenure rights, ensure equity in supply contracts, or improve access to credit are but a few options.

The second is to build up the necessary infrastructure to connect rural areas and urban markets — in many developing countries the lack of rural roads, electrical power grids, storage facilities, and refrigerated transportation systems is a major bottleneck for farmers seeking to take advantage of urban demand for fresh fruit, vegetables, meat and dairy.

The third involves including not just mega-cities into well-connected rural-urban economies but knitting in smaller, more spread-out urban areas as well.

Indeed, the report stresses that smaller urban centers represent a much overlooked market for food. Half of all urban dwellers in developing countries live in cities and towns of fewer than 500,000 people.

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Domestic oil output to hit 6mn bpd by 2022

Domestic oil output to hit 6mn bpd by 2022 - Mehr News Agency

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Iran oil TEHRAN, Oct. 11 (MNA) – Head of National Iranian Oil Company (NIOC) said volume of the country’s oil production was expected to climb to approximately six million barrels per day by the year 2022.

Ali Kardor, while addressing a congress in Tehran, made the announcement adding “the envisaged objective is obtainable in case recovery rates are maximized and foreign investment and know-how are attracted.

On holding international oil tenders, the official said technical models were still being received and analyzed. He noted that the tender for development of Azadegan field would not be held in the year 2017 asserting “a consortium will be formed for the purpose.”

Without naming the companies eager to join the consortium, the official said some firms were seriously pursuing negotiations over the Iranian field.

Deputy oil minister later touched upon the change in policies of the US explaining that the issue has so far had no effect on global conditions.

“Chinese and Europeans have made no reactions to remarks by US President Donald Trump and are still willing to hold talks with Iran,” he continued.

Kardor later stated that oil and gas projects in Iran enjoyed high levels of profitability and had appropriate conditions.

He recalled that the country’s crude output level had been six million barrels prior to the Islamic Revolution adding “regaining the production figure now seems attainable thanks to measures taken over the past two years like increasing recovery factors and market reactions though foreign technology and investment also needs to be absorbed.”

Ali Kardor reiterated that NIOC had put expansion of joint field high on agenda in a bid to boost production levels in these fields.

Iran’s overall crude output now resides at 3.9 million barrels per day while any larger figure demands development of oil fields and implementation of plans to bolster recovery factor.

Iran’s crude production capacity is projected to reach six million bpd by the end of the 6th five-year development plan to 2022.

Iran shares South Pars, the world’s largest natural gas reserve, with Qatar in Persian Gulf waters.

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Iranian, Malaysian women to bolster trade relations

Iranian, Malaysian women to bolster trade relations - Mehr News Agency iranmal TEHRAN, Oct. 10 (MNA) – A Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) was inked between Iran Malaysia Women Business Forum (IMWBF) and Women Entrepreneur Network of Malaysia (WENA) to elevate bilateral trade ties and boost investment opportunities.

The cooperation agreement was endorsed on Monday evening in the Malaysian capital of Kuala Lumpur by IMWBF’s Secretary, Elham Amini and Ms. Nadira Yusoff, President of WENA president.

Ms. Amini underlined that participation of women is prerequisite to exploiting all capacities to increase amount of collaborations between the two Muslim countries.

The official further urged WENA members to visit Iran and stressed the need to foster friendly cooperation between businesswomen and entrepreneurs of the two sides.

Also the signing ceremony, Malaysia’s Yusoff voiced satisfaction over increasing trade transactions between Iranian and Malaysian women and attached great significance to cooperation and signing MoUs for making presence in Iran’s mega and outstanding market.

Tehran is expected to host a meeting on November 01-02 on investment opportunities in Iran and Malaysia for women.

Later at the session, Mohammad Hafez Hakami, who heads Iran-Malaysia Trade and Exhibition Opportunities, noted that there exited proper grounds for various activities that entrepreneur Muslim women from the two countries could use, and the cooperation between IMWBF and WENA could mark an emblem for women in other Muslim countries.

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Tehran, Yerevan to cement economic coop.

Tehran, Yerevan to cement economic coop. - Mehr News Agency مسعود کرباسیان وزیر امور اقتصاد و دارایی TEHRAN, Oct. 10 (MNA) – Iranian economy minister, at a meeting with head of Armenia’s SRC, called for resolve to reinvigorate economic collaboration between the two countries.

Masoud Karbasian, Economy Minister of Iran, met and talked with Head of State Revenue Committee (SRC) by the Government of Armenia, Vardan Harutyunyan. At the joint session, the Iranian side pointed to broad scope of activities carried out by the Ministry of Economy saying “the body undertake the largest portion of international economic interactions in Iran and given the high level of political relations between Iran and Armenia, economic relations between the two countries need to be developed.”

He described Armenia as an intimate friend Iran inside the region adding that the friendship between the two countries should be strengthened with more economic relations and that the Tehran-Yerevan economic relations commission should become more active.

“Within the framework of tariff preferences, the two countries will apply reductions against goods entering the two countries,” the Iranian economy minister stated.

Karbasian also highlighted the need for expansion of banking cooperation, cooperation in area of ​​free zones, avoidance of double taxation and investment in joint production by Iran and Armenia.

Also at the meeting, the head of the Armenian State Revenue Committee, Mr. Harutyunyan, expressed satisfaction towards the holding of the session and called for the development of economic relations between the two countries of Iran and Armenia.

Referring to the age-old history of relations between Iran and Armenia, he voiced his country’s preparedness to expand economic relations in the IT and customs sectors.

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Iran, Turkey agree to use national currencies

Iran, Turkey agree to use national currencies - Mehr News Agency ایران و ترکیه TEHRAN, Oct. 10 (MNA) – A draft of MoU for using Iran’s rial and Turkey’s lira was inked by governors of Iranian and Turkish central banks.

Governors of Iranian and Turkish central banks have approved of the draft for Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) to use rial of Iran and lira of Turkey in bilateral trade transactions. The agreement was reached with the aim of facilitating trade with the national currency of the two countries in order to finance trade and direct investment between the two countries.

Under the terms of the MoU, rial of Iran and Turkey’s lira will be easily converted to each other and the issue will reduce cost of currency conversion and transfer for traders of both sides alleviating the need for other currencies.

In other words, the two central banks will be able to use international payment instruments, including credits and negotiable ones, to finance trade in national and local currencies, as envisaged in the agreement.

Additionally, during the one-day visit of Valiollah Seif, Governor of Iran’s Central Bank (CBI), an agreement was inked between Iran’s CBI on behalf of the government and the EBA Economic Development and Trade Bank. The signing ceremony was attended by senior banking officials from both countries.

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Exports from Iran’s Astara port grow by 63%

Exports from Iran’s Astara port grow by 63% - Mehr News Agency Astara Port TEHRAN, Oct. 09 (MNA) – Volume of exports through Astara Port in northern Iran climbed by 63 per cent in the first six months of the current Iranian calendar year (began March 21).

Mahmood Mirnabili, Head of Ports and Maritime Office in Astara, made the remarks asserting “as many as 53 ships were loaded at the Iranian port to export 29,906 tons of goods over the first half of the present year.”

The official underlined that the number of ships docked in the port also rose by 15 per cent in the six-month span as compared to the corresponding period last year.

“The number of ships loading and unloading in Astara Port are expected to grow further once a cereal terminal comes on stream in the coming year,” he highlighted.

Mirnabili said main goods being shipped through the port comprised various kinds of wood, MDF, calcium carbonate, cement, tile, iron ingots, poly ethylene and granite stone.

The multipurpose port spanning a 60-hectare area as the first port of Iran’s private sector is the nearest and the most economical trade and transit route connecting the three continents of Asia, Africa and Europe to each other.

The port has been designed to host 2,500-ton ships and, upon completion, one of its harbors will be devoted to loading and unloading of petroleum products with a capacity of 1,500 tons while the second harbor, able to moor five vessels simultaneously, will be allocated to shipment of other commodities.

The border city Astara lies in northern Gilan Province which neighbors the Republic of Azerbaijan.

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Iran’s non-oil to Indonesia tripled in 6 months

Iran’s non-oil to Indonesia tripled in 6 months - Mehr News Agency ایران اندونزی TEHRAN, Oct. 09 (MNA) – Iran's commercial attaché in Indonesia says that Iran’s non-oil export to Indonesia has seen a 377% rise in the last 6 months by September 21.

Iran’s exports to Indonesia excluding crude oil increased 377 percent to $244.4 million in the first half of the current Iranian year that ended September 21, in comparison with a $51 million in the same period in 2016,” announced Anvar Karami, Iran's Commercial Attaché in Indonesia referring to the latest statistics released by Iran’s Customs Administration.

The Iranian official recounted that Iran’s revenues from exporting base metals, like zinc, copper, lead, and iron, and the items made by them, to Indonesia surged from $28 million to $114 million when comparing the first six months of the current Iranian year with the same period in 2016. He maintained that this section has had the biggest impact on the volume of total revenues.

Mine fuels and oil derivatives with a volume of $105 million made up the second row of Iran’s export to Indonesia above agricultural products which hit $21 million of the Iran’s outflow to Indonesia in the specified period vis-à-vis last year’s export figures of respectively $34 million and $280,000.

According to the same official, Iran has imported $92 million of goods from Indonesia in the last six months which shows a 44% rise from last year’s figure of $64 million. Inorganic chemicals, paper and paperboard, caoutchouc and natural rubbers, and coffee, spices, and some other agricultural products are the categories which see the most noticeable rise in Indonesia’s export of goods to Iran.

According to latest agreements between Iran and Indonesia, Iran has voiced commitment to invest in Indonesia by building an oil refinery in East Java and a 5,000-megawatt mobile power plant in an unspecified location.

Both Iran and Indonesia have already announced serious plans to boost the level of their trade to as high as $2 billion.

Indonesia’s President Joko Widodo visited Tehran in mid-December 2016 and numerous agreements were signed by the officials of the two countries during that visit.

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Iran’s Central Bank, Turkey’s ECO Bank sign cooperation deal

Tehran (ISNA) – The Central Bank of Iran has signed a cooperation agreement with Turkey’s ECO Trade and Development Bank that could pave the way for the multilateral lender to grant finances to Iran.

The agreement was signed during the visit of CBI Governor Valiollah Seif to Ankara. He was accompanied by Iran's ambassador to Turkey Mohammad Ebrahim Taherian-Fard, and CBI's secretary-general for international affairs Hossein Yaqoubi, who signed the deal with ECO's Vice president Burhanettin Aktas, Financial Tribune reported.

"Based on the agreement, conditions and regulations of the activities of ECO bank's representative office in Iran will be devised," the official news website of CBI reported.

As the central bank notes, signing the landmark agreement became possible following a directive by the Cabinet, which decrees that the processes for implementing the agreement must be finalized in a maximum three years.

In early September, President Hassan Rouhani's Cabinet allowed CBI to engage in negotiations and sign the "agreement of the host country" required for the ECO Trade and Development Bank to open a representative office in Iran.

As outlined by the central bank, the agreement will become legally binding following the required processes and the parliament's approval.

The agreement prepares the ground for the ECO bank to expand its activities in Iran and grant loans and finances to development projects in Iran.

"The bank will be able to have an effective role in the expansion of trade between the member states of the ECO organization," CBI writes.

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Mexican trade delegation expected to visit Iran

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Tehran (ISNA) - A Mexican trade delegation will visit Iran next week.

The Iran-Mexico trade forum will be held in the Iranian Chamber of Commerce next week and the Mexican trade delegation will participate in it.

Regarding the changes and political and regional developments in the world, Mexico seeks to develop its economic relations with the countries across the world and to reduce its dependence on the United States in the field of export and import.

So, one of the main policies of Mexico is to have an economic view to Middle East, the countries of Central Asia and the Caucasus and to have relation with the countries of the region.

With an estimated population of over 120 million, Mexico is the eleventh most populous country and the most populous Spanish-speaking country in the world while being the second most populous country in Latin America. It has the world's 12th largest economy.

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Trading over 329 thousand tonnes of various commodities on IME

Tehran (ISNA) - During weekdays ending up to October 5, approximately 329,463 MT of commodities worth over $166.6 million were traded on Iran Mercantile Exchange.

According to the report from IME International Affairs and PR, last week, on the domestic and export metal and mineral trading floor of IME, 54,233 MT of various products worth close to $40 million were traded.

On this trading floor, 52,733 MT of steel products, 1,500 MT of aluminum were traded.

The report declares that on domestic and export oil and petrochemical trading floors of IME, 247,438 MT of different commodities with the total value of $118 million were traded.

On this trading floor, more than 59,989 MT of bitumen, 45,290 MT of polymer products, 106,600 MT of VB feed stock as well as 11,000 MT of lube-cut oil, 22,342 MT of chemical products, 360 MT of sulfur, 1,035 MT of base oil and slack waxes and 822 MT of insulation were traded.

Moreover, on the agricultural trading floor of IME, 27,233 MT of various commodities worth over $7.9 million were traded. On this trading floor, 24,750 MT of wheat, 2,450 MT of sugar, 12 MT of feed barley as well as 20 day frozen chicken were traded by customers.

It is worth noting that during the last week of September, the side market of IME witnessed trading of 350 MT of metal scrape, 100 MT of phosphate concentrate, 50 MT of polyester threads grad WP and 60 MT of polymeric methylene diphenyl diisocyanate.

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Iran, Czech Republic sign cooperation document

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Tehran (ISNA) – The Industrial Development and Renovation Organization of Iran known as IDRO Group and the ministry of industry and trade of the Czech Republic have signed a cooperation document.

In order to develop industrial cooperation, especially in the railway industries, wagon making and removing bank barriers, IDRO and the ministry of industry and trade of the Czech Republic have signed a cooperation document.

The document was signed at the present of the Iranian deputy minister of industry, mines and trade, the Czech deputy minister of industry and trade and the Czech ambassador to Iran.

Czech ambassador to Tehran Svatopluk Cumba said that there had been an increase of 60 percent in exports from the Czech Republic to Iran over the past year.

He emphasized that a significant number of his country’s businesses were eager to enter the Iranian market to use its potentials.

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Iranian trade delegation to visit Russia

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Tehran (ISNA) - An Iranian trade delegation headed by the chairman of the Iran-Russia Chamber of Commerce Asadollah Asgaroladi will travel to Astrakhan, Russia, on October 23.

The delegation will visit Astrakhan as the Russia will be the host of the 16th meeting of the International Council of Business Cooperation (ICBC) of the Caspian Sea littoral states.

During this visit, the Iranian Trade Office will also be inaugurated in Astrakhan.

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Iran exports 2.6 mbpd of oil in September

Tehran (ISNA) - Iran's crude oil and condensate exports amounted for 2.6 million barrels per day in September, data released by the Ministry of Petroleum showed on Saturday.

According to the data, Iran exported 2.25 mbpd of crude oil to Asian and European markets during the period.

China, India, Japan, South Korea and European countries, including Italy, France, the Netherlands and Greece make up the list of clients of Iran’s crude oil and gas condensate.

Iran also shipped 430,000 bpd of condensate to its clients in Asia where South Korea alone took half of the cargos of the superlight form of crude, it added.

China and India remained the prime recipients of crude from Iran, lifting more than 1 million bpd combined.

India bought an average of 450,000 bpd of Iranian oil between the beginning of 2017 to the end of August. Indian oil imports from Iran hit a record high in July, when the country’s refineries purchased 500,000 barrels a day.

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Tehran hosting 17th international industry exhibition

Tehran (ISNA) - The 17th International Industry Exhibition, also known as IINEX 2017, opened at Tehran’s International Permanent Fairgrounds on Friday.

Organized by the Industrial Development and Renovation Organization of Iran, the exhibition is one of the biggest industrial and commercial events in the country, providing the platform for industry players to showcase their latest products and establish cooperation with their international counterparts, Financial Tribune reported.

Over 410 domestic and 525 foreign companies from 22 countries, including the Czech Republic, Sweden, Italy, South Korea, Romania, the UAE, Bulgaria, the Netherlands, Poland, Spain, France, India, China, Japan, Taiwan, the UK, Switzerland, Finland, Turkey, Ireland and Malaysia are attending the event that runs until Monday.

The main objectives of the exhibition include showcasing the latest productions and advancements in industry, transferring expertise, forging direct links between producers and consumers, introducing investment opportunities, creating jobs, developing marketing and boosting exports.

Speaking on the sidelines of the exhibition, Iranian minister of industries, mining and trade Mohammad Shariatmadari said some 1,500 major firms and 2,000 small units active in the country produce more than 1 million tons of industrial machinery and equipment worth over $3 billion per year.  

Several foreign economic, industrial and business delegations and investors from Asian and European countries are scheduled to visit the expo and enter into negotiations with Iranian companies.

The International Industry Exhibition is held every year during Sept.-Oct.

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Iran, France sign agricultural cooperation documents

Tehran (ISNA) – Iran and France have signed cooperation documents in the field of agriculture.

Iranian delegation headed by agriculture minister Mahmoud Hojjati visited Sommet de l’Elevage (livestock summit in French), Europe’s number one livestock show in France.

The cooperation documents were singed between the Iranian and French companies in fields of agriculture and animal husbandry in a ceremony held in the presence of Hojjati and his French counterpart Stéphane Travert.

The event annually welcomes professionals of the farming sector. During the show, agriculture-relevant announcements or new farm policies are made known.

Held over three days, Sommet de l’Elevage offers a wide-ranging program of farm visits, professional events, practical demonstrations and conferences dealing with agricultural issues.

This year, Iran was invited to attend the show as the country of honor. The 2017 edition of the event was held from October 4-6.

On the sidelines of the event, Hojjati met Travert. The two officials held talks on strengthening mutual cooperation in the fields of agriculture and livestock.

Their talks focused on transfer of new agriculture technologies, research on herbal plants and seed, plant modification and investment in Iran’s agricultural sectors, such as aquaculture, processing and dairy.

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Trading over 537 thousand tonnes of various commodities on IME

Tehran (ISNA) - During weekdays ending up to September 28th, approximately 537,340 MT of commodities worth over $258 million were traded on Iran Mercantile Exchange.

According to the report from IME International Affairs and PR, last week, on the domestic and export metal and mineral trading floor of IME, 67,074 MT of various products worth close to $63 million were traded.

On this trading floor, 62,288 MT of steel products, 4,640 MT of copper, 140 MT of molybdenum concentrates as well as 6 MT of precious metal concentrates were traded.

The report declares that on domestic and export oil and petrochemical trading floors of IME, 407,025 MT of different commodities with the total value of $170.5 million were traded.

On this trading floor, more than 191,268 MT of bitumen, 53,298 MT of polymer products, 111,020 MT of VB feed stock as well as 14,000 MT of lube-cut oil, 25,249 MT of chemical products, 7,760 MT of sulfur, 1,104 MT of base oil and slack waxes and 3,326 MT of insulation were traded.

Moreover, on the agricultural trading floor of IME, 62,125 MT of various commodities worth over $23.4 million were traded. On this trading floor, 44,520 MT of wheat, 17,575 MT of sugar as well as 30,000 day oil chicks were traded by customers.

It is worth noting that during the last week of September, the side market of IME witnessed trading of 568 MT of metal scrape, 250 MT of phosphate concentrate, 200 MT of dried milk, 53 MT of coconut powder, 25 MT of used locomotive oil and 20 MT of polymeric methylene diphenyl diisocyanate.

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PM: Pakistan Firm to Broaden Ties with Iran

TEHRAN (FNA)- Pakistani Prime Minister Shahid Khaqan Abbasi underlined that his country is resolved to further expand mutual cooperation with Iran in different fields.

"Islamabad spares no efforts to develop relations with Tehran," Khaqan Abbasi said in a meeting with Iranian Ambassador to Islamabad Mehdi Honardoust in the Pakistani capital on Thursday.

The Pakistani prime minister, meantime, pointed to the security of Iran-Pakistan border, and said, "By increasing the number of Pakistani armed forces in the borders shared by Iran, I am assured that we will witness significant curb in the number of terrorists and major rise in the stability and serenity of those areas."

Khaqan Abbasi vowed Pakistan's full commitment in establishing security in common border areas and fighting Pakistan-based terrorists.

The Iranian ambassador, for his part, conveyed the greetings of Iranian President Hassan Rouhani and reassured that the prospect of bilateral ties between Tehran and Islamabad is bright.

Iran and Pakistan are enjoying regular cooperation in defense and military fields, including regular exchange of naval groups between Karachi and Bandar Abbas ports.

 

 

 

 

Official: Iran Finalizes Contract to Buy 6 More ATR Passenger Planes

TEHRAN (FNA)- Iran Air, national flag carrier, announced that it has finalized a contract to purchase six more ATR passenger aircraft from the Franco-Italian plane manufacturer.

"We have finalized a contract for purchase of six more passenger planes and another contract for purchase of 20 other ATR aircraft is being drawn up with the Franco-Italian plane manufacturer," Iran Air CEO Farzaneh Sharafbafi told reporters on the sidelines of an ATR plane at Bandar Abbas International Airport on Thursday.

She noted that the new ATR planes will fly in ten domestic flight routes.

"The next stage will be to have the ATR aircraft fly in the flight routes of the Persian Gulf littoral states," she added.

She expressed hope that all purchased ATR aircraft will be delivered to Iran by the end of 2018 as mentioned in the contract in order to boost the country’s aviation sector.

In a relevant development in April, Iran signed a deal on the purchase of 20 ATR 72-600 with ATR as a third aircraft manufacturer after having signed lucrative deals with Airbus and Boeing following the implementation of the nuclear deal.

The first package including four out of the twenty purchased ATR aircraft landed in Tehran in May 17, followed by two more on September 29.

The ATR 72-600 has a range of 1,500km and 70 seats.

 

 

 

 

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