Asia’s imports of crude oil from Iran more than doubled in October from a year ago, government and ship-tracking data show.
Munich Re Group, as the world’s largest reinsurance company, has voiced readiness to provide Iran with services.
F. William Engdahl
The developing economic, political and military links binding Iran, China and Russia in what I see as an emerging Golden Triangle in Eurasia, are continuing to deepen insignificant areas.
Iran overtook political rival Saudi Arabia as India's top oil supplier in October, shipping data showed, just ahead of a producers' meeting this month to hammer out the details on output cuts aimed at reining in a global glut.
An official has reported on an agreement with Germany's Hermes Insurance Company to provide insurance coverage for investment projects in Iranian petrochemical industries.
ICCIM deputy head has announced that the country is now able to open Letter of Credit (LCs) in Germany, Switzerland, Italy and Austria.
Iranian President Hassan Rouhani while hailed the country’s oil industry as a leading industry in tapping post-JCPOA opportunities, said foreign investment was needed for full prosperity.
In fact, both Tehran and Delhi have long eyed each other as befitting strategic partners that together can link up the subcontinent and west Asia in ways unseen before.
Iran’s oil minister has announced that the country’s crude oil exports has reached 2.44 million barrels per day which marks a new record in the post-JCPOA era.
A year after Iran sealed the nuclear deal with world powers, giant international airways are rushing to resume flights to Iran.