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Bulgaria needs construction materials and building services

Iran’s Ambassador to to Bulgaria Mohammad Javad Rasouli says the Eastern European country is badly in need of construction materials and engineering services that can be supplied by Iranian companies.


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Iran, Bulgaria have great potentials for bilateral trade ties

Iran’s Ambassador to Bulgaria Mohammad Javad Rasouli stresses that both countries have great potentials for each other that need to be explored, saying that cultural background could play a key role in developing bilateral trade relations.


Bulgaria business opportunities forum at ICCIMA

Dozens of Iranian businessmen and women took part at a forum that introduced business opportunities in Bulgaria. Iranian Ambassador to Bulgaria Seyed Mohammad Javad Rasouli, Joint President of Iran-Bulgaria and Bulgaria-Iran Joint Committtee Saeid Hadei, ICCIMA first VP Hossein Selahvarzi as well as Deputy head of Buglaria’s Embassy in Iran Radoslav Gergov presided over the meeting.

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France proposes Iran $15bn credit line to run INSTEX: Report

France has reportedly proposed Iran a credit line of $15bn to run the European payment channel with Tehran, INSTEX, as Iran threatens to reduce more of its nuclear commitments in coming weeks.

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Sweden eyes entering INSTEX to resume Iran trade

Many countries are considering joining the European payment mechanism. Sweden, after Finland, is the second Scandinavian country to express readiness to be part of the trade channel.

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INSTEX to renew management, services to fast-track Iran transactions: Report

In a push to process transactions more quickly, INSTEX is rolling out a new factoring service for European exporters. The company is also making new hires that will enable it to expand operations in the coming year.

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Austria to continue trade with Iran under sanctions: Embassy official

A senior Austrian embassy official says Vienna will continue its trade ties with Tehran despite of the unilateral US sanctions.

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Denmark considering joining INSTEX

The Scandinavian nation wants to be included in the European payment channel with Iran in a bid not to lose the Iranian market in the wake of US unilateral sanctions.

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60 German companies still in Iran despite US sanctions: German industry delegate in Iran

Iran-German trade ties have seen recent downs due to the US sanctions but those measures haven’t stopped dozens of such companies to leave Iran altogehter.


France, Germany say INSTEX close to first deal in days

The two main European countries behind the European payment mechanism say they are working at top speed to bring the channel online very soon, preferrably before this Sunday when Iran will announce more commitments reduction.

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