70% rise in prices of potatoes and tomatoes

Exchange rate fluctuations have affected prices of almost everything in Iran. However, the price rise in some goods has been more controversial. This includes rise in prices of potatoes and tomatoes. Taadol newspaper reports that […]

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Week in Brief 21.09.2018

New foreign exchange rules have quite confused both exporters and importers in Iran. In order to keep the supply of foreign currencies in the country, the Central Bank of Iran has requested all exporters to […]


Packaging: the weakening factor for Iranian exporters

The Chancellor of the Iran and Russia Chamber of Commerce, Assadollah Asgaroladi, blames Iranian exporters for the lack of exports of foodstuff to Russia. He evaluated Iranian exporters as weaker than their competition in packaging […]

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Iran Economy in Brief – No.94

Stop cutting trees Iran Newspaper reports that three executives from the Tehran Municipality, District One, were charged with cutting down 69 trees in Valiasr Street and fired. Even though cutting down trees is grounds for […]

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Iran Economy in Brief – No. 78

More fish to be exported In a visit to Dezful, the Head of Iran Fisheries Organization, Hasan Salehi said: “For the Iranian fiscal year 1400 (2021) we aim to export fishery products worth 900 million […]


Iran and Vietnam to reach $2b export

Iran and Vietnam move towards free trade. In the 9th Joint Economic Commission Meeting between Iran and Vietnam in Tehran, the Minister of Industry and Mining, Mohammad Reza Nematzadeh, announced an agreement for preferential trade […]

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Iran Economy in Brief – No.73

Zagros Airline and Iran Airtour Airline reach agreements with Airbus Iran has purchased over 200 airplanes from Airbus and Boeing since the lifting of the sanctions in January 2016, following the nuclear deal. Officials in […]