U.S. sanctions

  • Head of Iran-Switzerland Joint Chamber of Commerce says the trade between Iran and Switzerland has grown 100 percent, adding that with reducing tax, this volume will definitely increase.

  • Nuclear deal talks with Iran in Vienna have shown modest progress and the United States hopes to build on that this week, State Department spokesman Ned Price said on Tuesday amid efforts to revive a 2015 agreement.

  • Iranian Oil Minister Javad Oji has said new windows have been opened for the country’s oil sales using the existing capacities.

  • Iran’s former ambassador to Venezuela says Iran has no limitation in legal cooperation with Venezuela and both countries benefit it and Iran is determined to expand its co-operations with this Latin American state.

  • Iranian fuel and petrochemical exports have boomed in recent years despite stringent U.S. sanctions, leaving Iran well placed to expand sales swiftly in Asia and Europe if Washington lifts its curbs, trading sources and officials said.

  • Iranian President Ebrahim Raisi said on Saturday Iran was ready to hold talks with world powers to revive its 2015 nuclear accord but not under Western "pressure", adding Tehran was seeking negotiations leading to a lifting of U.S. sanctions.

  • Iran said on Tuesday it was holding talks on prisoner exchanges with the United States aimed at securing the release of Iranians held in U.S. jails and other countries over violations of U.S. sanctions.

  • A Research Fellow at Institute of Strategic Studies Islamabad told that Iran's president-elect coming to power will not likely to change Tehran's negotiating stance because regardless of who is President any deal must be approved by the Supreme Council through Iran Supreme Leader.

  • Exports from Iran’s industrial sector have increased by 80 percent since the beginning of the current Iranian calendar year (March 21) compared to the same period in the previous year, the head of Iran Small Industries and Industrial Parks Organization (ISIPO) said on Tuesday.

  • Head of Iran-Sweden Joint Chamber of Commerce Abdolreza Rezaei says Swedish companies are keen to return to Iran’s market as they have good view regarding Iran market and they are eagerly pursuing the news of Iran’s nuclear talks in Vienna.