Markets in Brief

Markets in Brief 14.12.2018

Tehran Stock Exchange passed a falling week. TEDPIX, the main index, lost 1508 points, i.e. 1 percent over a week of trading. Perhaps one of its main reasons has been the falling exchange rate and […]

Week in Brief

Week in Brief 14.12.2018

With rising exchange rate over the past months, people buy more local cosmetic products. Iran has the second largest cosmetics market in MENA region (Middle East and North Africa), after Saudi Arabia. Iran’s cosmetics market […]

Energy

Tehran Municipality buys 1200 new buses

Tehran Municipality adds 1200 urban buses to its fleet. New buses, however, are indeed second-hand vehicles. “Considering the current problems due to sanctions, the quickest way to replace our 10 to 12 years old buses […]

Industries

Iran’s export might drop?

After oil, petrochemical products make the majority of Iran’s export. Now with the return of the sanctions, fears of drop in export of petrochemicals increase. Iran’s petroleum Minister, Bijan Zanganeh, expresses his concerns about the […]

Markets in Brief

Markets in Brief 07.12.2018

Tehran Stock Exchanged started the week with deep fall. Its main index, TEDPIX, fell by 3,918 points. However, the following two days turned to be extremely positive for the market and TEDPIX gained more than […]

Week in Brief

Week in Brief 07.12.2018

Cigarette production in Iran has fallen by 16 percent within the first half of the Iranian year, says the Iranian Tobacco Producers and Importers Association (ITPIA). Iranian cigarette producers import up to 100 percent of […]

Industries

Computer importers scared from regulations

Recent fluctuations in exchange rate and quick changes in trade regulations have caused so much fear among computer importers in Iran that they have basically halted any activity for the moment. After big jumps in […]

Agriculture

Ban on fishing sturgeon in Caspian Sea

Fishing sturgeon in Caspian Sea is forbidden until the end of 2019. According to Iran Fisheries Organisation, the ban started in 2010 and was supposed to continue for five years in order to give time […]