Iranian carmaker SIAPA restarts production line in Syria
The Iranian carmaker has restarted its production in the Arab country as Damascus is looking to stand on its feet again following years of a devastating war. The resumption is part of Iran’s economic activities as Syria opens new chapter.
Baghdad, March 12, IRNA- Iran and Iraq have released a final statement in which they have agreed on no-fee visas, construction of border railway connecting the two countries, establishing joint industrial parks, oil and gas cooperation as well as dredging a border river.
Indian SPV with Iran running since 6 months ago: Envoy
New Delhi says it knew that US President Donald Trump Administration would withdraw from the nuclear deal and reimpose sanctions. So, it started to put in place a Special Purpose Vehicle (SPV) to make sure its trade ties with Iran are secured.
Regional Workshop on the 2020 World Programme on Population and Housing Censuses: International Standards and Contemporary Technologies
The Statistical, Economic and Social Research and Training Centre for Islamic Countries (SESRIC) and United Nations Statistics Division (UNSD) will jointly organise a ‘Regional Workshop on the 2020 World Programme on Population and Housing Censuses: International Standards and Contemporary Technologies’ on 12-15 March 2019 at SESRIC Headquarters in Ankara, Turkey.
Call for Papers for Two Days Workshop on The Effect of Entrepreneurship Strategies on the SMEs Development April 30th & May 1st , 2019
Islamic Chamber of Research and Information Center (ICRIC) in association with the Statistical, Economic and Social Research and Training Center for Islamic Countries (SESRIC) will hold a two-days workshop on “ the Effect of Entrepreneurship Strategies on the SMEs Development” .
Rouhani’s landmark Iraq visit to consolidate bilateral trade, political ties
Iranian President Hassan Rouhani is due in Iraq on Monday in his first visit to the neighbouring Arab country since he took office in 2013. The landmark visit if significantly important as the two nations set eyes on increasing their bilateral trade to up to 20 billion dollars and snatch away economic and political initiatives from the US.