Week in Brief 01.06.2018

A week ago, Citroen offered its C3 model manufactured in Iran. Amid extensive stagnation at various markets in Iran, 2000 cars were sold in few minutes to be delivered in six months. Previously, Peugeot pre-sold […]


Iran: Wrold’s largest consumer of chewing gums

Shahrvand quotes Kantar Media Philippines, a market research agency and writes, the largest consumers of chewing gum in the world are Iran (80% of population), Saudi Arabia (79% of population) and the USA (59% of […]


Only 2% of smuggled goods are discovered

In an interview with Ahmad Anaraki, Member of Parliament and Chairman of the Committee on the Investigation of the Process of Combating Smuggling, Ghanoon writes that less than 2% of goods smuggled into the country […]


Reversing immigration trend

The Ministry of Labor is seeking to reverse the immigration trend from rural areas and this requires the creation of rural jobs. Taadol quotes the Deputy Minister of Labor, Hamid Kalantari and writes: “By the […]


Markets in Brief 18.05.2018

Tehran Stock Exchange (TSE) passed a very positive week. Indeed, the best week since January 2018. The shock after the exit of the US from nuclear deal seems to be over. Unlike previous months that […]


Iran extends trade relations with neighbours

Iran seeks to increase trade relations with neighboring countries. In a visit by a trade delegation from Turkmenistan, headed by the country’s Minister of Foreign Affairs, the natural gas swap between Iran and Turkmenistan was […]


Neishabur Steel Project carries out despite water crisis

With the opening of the Neishabur Steel Project, the country’s direct reduced iron production capacity has increased to 800 thousand tons, annually. Shargh however, considers this as one of the seven projects which were carried […]


11% of country’s apartments are unoccupied

According to the Ministry of Finance, 11% of the country’s apartments (2.6 million units) are empty out of which 500 thousand are located in Tehran. A decade ago, only 4.2% of residential hoses were empty […]