Nuclear Program 10:17
The US sanctions on Iran was not a surprise, a member of Research Center of Iran’s Parliament, Gholamreza Sharafi, told Trend July 28.
Business 28 July 18:17
Azerbaijan’s economic development can get a powerful momentum against the backdrop of the growing demand for Islamic financial instruments in the country
Nagorno-Karabakh conflict 27 July 17:50
The pro-Armenian congressman Brad Sherman insists on providing the UK’s HALO Trust non-governmental organization, which is training the Armenian occupiers to mine Azerbaijani territories, with funds.
Commentary 27 July 11:49
Iran is not likely to react dramatically to the new sanctions, if they become law, because the sanctions would not be targeting Iran’s civilian economic sectors, an expert believes.
Politics 27 July 10:24
While many believe that the new US sanctions on Iran appeared at odds with international law, an Iranian expert suggests that the US is seeking to make Tehran alter its political behavior through imposing fresh sanctions.
Business 27 July 10:19
The traders at the Tehran Stock Exchange (TSE) have witnessed a considerable growth in the main index over the past weeks amid the recent surge in the global prices of mining and steel products, a financial analyst told Trend.
Iran 26 July 17:32
US President Donald Trump will most likely sign the bill on imposing new sanctions against Iran, Russian expert Vladimir Evseev believes.
Commentary 26 July 15:17
OPEC influence on the world oil market and oil prices is much less significant than some other global and regional events, professor of economics in the US National Defense University, Adjunct Professor in Georgetown University and energy analyst Paul J. Sullivan believes.
Armenia 25 July 19:55
In connection with the latest developments in Russian-Armenian relations, there have been more and more calls in Armenia to withdraw from the Eurasian Economic Union (EAEU).
Commentary 25 July 11:25
It will be very difficult for OPEC to maintain compliance with their production cut agreements unless prices begin to improve soon, believes Arthur Berman, an independent US geological consultant.