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Iran-China Trade Exchanges to Exceed $25Bln
TEHRAN (FNA)- The volume of Iran-China trade exchanges will exceed $25 billion this year, a senior Iranian economic official announced on Tuesday. ( 16:56:33 - 2009/10/06)

Iran Dismisses Gasoline Sanctions as Fruitless
TEHRAN (FNA)- Iran announced that any gasoline sanction against the country by certain states will bear no fruit due to the great surplus of refineries and the refining companies' obligation to produce and sell their products. ( 15:19:58 - 2009/10/06)

Iran's Non-Oil Imports Drop by 21 Percent
TEHRAN (FNA)- The latest statistical figures released by the Iranian Customs Office show that the country's imports have decreased by more that 21 percent during the first half of the current Iranian year (ending on March 20). ( 13:44:23 - 2009/10/06)

Iran's Khalilian, Kenyan Minister Confer
TEHRAN (FNA)- Iran's Agricultural Jihad Minister Sadeq Khalilian held talks with visiting Kenyan Minister for Foreign Affairs Moses Wetangula in Tehran on Tuesday. ( 12:58:29 - 2009/10/06)

Official: US Sanctions against Iran Backfire
TEHRAN (FNA)- The sanctions imposed by the US on Iran's aviation industry during the last three decades have backfired as they gifted experience and self-reliance to the country's national airline (Iran Air), a former Iranian aviation official stressed on Monday. ( 19:43:33 - 2009/10/05)

Iran Invites Bidders to Privatize Giant Insurance Company
TEHRAN (FNA)- Tehran Stock Exchange is slated to present the shares of Iran's state-run Alborz Insurance Company on October 7 by inviting bids from private investors. ( 13:42:35 - 2009/10/04)

Iran Exempts Taxpayers in Free Trade Zones
TEHRAN (FNA)- Iran's State Tax Affairs Organization announced in a statement on Saturday that the country has exempted tax and levies in the country's Free Trade-Industrial Zones and Special Economic Zones. ( 13:42:28 - 2009/10/04)

German Envoy Stresses Close Ties with Iran
TEHRAN (FNA)- German ambassador to Tehran underlined that close relations between Tehran and Berlin will remain cordial. ( 12:43:12 - 2009/10/04)

Iranian MP Dismisses Reports on Purchase of Gasoline from Venezuela
TEHRAN (FNA)- Iran has not imported any gasoline supplies from Venezuela, a senior Iranian lawmaker underlined on Saturday. ( 17:17:04 - 2009/10/03)

Consul General: Russia Views Iran as Trustful Trade Partner
TEHRAN (FNA)- A senior Russian diplomat stressed on Saturday that Iran is a trustful trade partner of his country, and urged for the expansion of exchanges between the two countries. ( 15:57:27 - 2009/10/03)

Iran, Syria Negotiate on Aviation Cooperation
TEHRAN (FNA)- An official from Technological Cooperation Secretariat of IRI Presidential Office Amir Naderi and Syrian Transportations Minister Yarab Badr negotiated about bilateral aviation cooperation. ( 16:02:33 - 2009/10/01)

Iran Khodro, Peugeot Sign Export Deal
TEHRAN (FNA)- Iran Khodro Company (IKCO) signed an agreement with French automaker Peugeot to produce the Peugeot 207 cars at IKCO facilities for export. ( 15:35:57 - 2009/10/01)

TCCIM Chairman Calls S. Africa Iran's Potentials Trade Partner
TEHRAN (FNA)- South Africa has the potential to become a good trade partner for Iran, Chairman of Tehran's Chamber of Commerce, Industries and Mine (TCCIM) Yahiya Al-e Eshaq said on Wednesday. ( 19:49:45 - 2009/09/30)

Iran to Develop 41 Oil, Gas Fields
TEHRAN (FNA)- The National Iranian Oil Company (NIOC) announced on Monday that the country would implement development plans for 30 oil and 11 gas fields on and offshore. ( 17:31:10 - 2009/09/28)

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