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Japan Boosts Crude Import from Iran by 79% Despite Sanctions
TEHRAN (FNA)- Japan's September crude imports from Iran increased by 79 percent despite the US-led sanctions, a report by Japan's trade ministry said, adding that the country imports 187,000 barrels of Iranian crude oil per day. ( 13:55:22 - 2012/10/31)

VP: Enhancement of Iran-Syria Economic Cooperation Serves Regional States
TEHRAN (FNA)- Iranian Vice President for International Affairs Ali Saeedlou in a meeting with Syrian Oil Minister Said Maza Hanidi on Tuesday underlined that boosting the economic relations between the two Islamic states would serve the interests of all the regional countries. ( 14:07:58 - 2012/10/30)

Gasoline Prices Climb in US Markets
TEHRAN (FNA)- Gasoline prices in the US markets rose for a third day as Hurricane Sandy threatened US East Coast refineries and closed equity trading. ( 12:45:00 - 2012/10/30)

Iranian Carmaker's Global Sales Growing
TEHRAN (FNA)- Iran and the Middle-East's largest car manufacturer, Iran-Khodro Company (IKCO), produced 66 percent of its exported cars in overseas plants in the first half of this year, 64 percent more than 2004. ( 12:11:41 - 2012/10/30)

Official: Iran's Non-Oil Exports Hit $25bln
TEHRAN (FNA)- Iran's non-oil exports have witnessed an eye-catching growth , a senior Iranian trade official said, adding that the volume of the country's non-oil exports stood at $25bln in the past seven months (March 20-October 21). ( 11:52:38 - 2012/10/30)

Iran Resumes Gas Supply to Turkey
TEHRAN (FNA)- Iran resumed supply of natural gas to Turkey on Monday, a week after an explosion on Turkish territories damaged the two countries' pipeline and stopped gas flow. ( 19:24:14 - 2012/10/29)

Senior MP: Sanctions Persuade Iran to Decrease Dependence on Oil Revenues
TEHRAN (FNA)- A senior Iranian lawmaker underlined the positive outcomes of sanctions and pressures on Iranian economy and oil sector, saying that pressures and embargos pave the way for Iran to reduce its dependence on oil revenues. ( 18:27:08 - 2012/10/29)

US Admits Fuel Shortage Rises without Iran
TEHRAN (FNA)- The US Energy Department admitted that excluding Iran from the global oil market would increase the shortfall between worldwide supply and demand based on September and October production and consumption estimates. ( 13:23:52 - 2012/10/29)

MP: West's Oil Embargo on Iran Fails
TEHRAN (FNA)- An Iranian legislator underlined the failure of the US and European Union (EU) ban on Iranian crude supplies, saying that Europeans heavily depend on Iran's crude. ( 13:17:20 - 2012/10/29)

Minister: Iran's Power Generation Capacity to Reach 70,000 MW
TEHRAN (FNA)- Iranian Energy Minister Majid Namjou said that the country's power generation capacity will reach 70,000 megawatts after the launch of Gatvand and Siah Bisheh power plants by the end of the current Iranian year (started March 20). ( 10:29:33 - 2012/10/29)

Minister: Iran to Become Exporter of Steel Ingots
TEHRAN (FNA)- Iranian Industries, Mines and Trade Minister Mehdi Qazanfari said Iran will soon become a steel ingots exporter after several steel projects which are currently under construction launch operation. ( 19:24:34 - 2012/10/28)

Ahmadinejad: New Railway Network to Change Transportation Pattern in Region
TEHRAN (FNA)- Iranian President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad said that the railway which is due to link Iran to Turkmenistan and then to Uzbekistan and Kazakhstan will change the paradigm of transportation in the region. ( 19:17:18 - 2012/10/28)

Iran, Pakistan Seeking to Bolster Trade Ties
TEHRAN (FNA)- Iran and Pakistan are seeking to develop mutual economic cooperation, Pakistan's Consul General in Iran's Northeastern Mashhad City Habib Abdulrahman said, adding that Tehran-Islamabad bilateral relations have experienced an eye-catching growth in recent years. ( 18:58:14 - 2012/10/28)

Parliament, Oil Ministry Discuss Ways of Confronting Sanctions
TEHRAN (FNA)- The Iranian parliament's Energy Commission provided Oil Minister Rostam Qassemi with several proposals on Sunday to fight and push back the western-backed sanctions against the country's crude exports, parliamentary sources said. ( 17:52:46 - 2012/10/28)

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