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  • Capital Intelligence participated in a gathering hosted by the Center of Investment and Consultancy Services  in tehran on April 21. (Photo: Saeed Ameri)

    Having entered a new era after the lifting of most sanctions in early 2016, Iran has aptly understood the importance of making endeavors for modernizing its financial and corporate sectors. 
    One such endeavor, the lack of which has been recognized by regulators and the private sector alike, is encouraging international credit rating agencies to establish a permanent presence in Iran and help local entities compete on the regional and global scale. 

  • Worldsteel’s Forecasts for 2018-19:  Iran Steel Demand to Surge 5 Percent

    In its latest report titled “Short Range Outlook for 2018-19”, the World Steel Association (Worldsteel) forecasts that Iranian steel demand will increase by 5.5% to 21.05 million tons by the end of 2018 and rise up to 5% in 2019 to 22.1 million tons.

  • Argentina’s Treasury Minister Nicolas Dujovne (L), accompanied by Argentina’s Central Bank Governor Federico Sturzenegger speak at a news conference after the G20 meeting on Friday.

    Finance leaders from the Group of 20 major economies agreed that trade...

  • Cuba’s new President Miguel Diaz-Canel delivers a speech after he was formally named president by the National Assembly, in Havana on April 19.

    Cuba’s new president has promised to modernize the country’s economy and make the government...

  • Representatives of Iran and officials from China, France, Germany, the European Union, Russia, the UK and the US announced their framework deal in 2015.

    More than 500 parliamentarians from the UK, France, and Germany published an open letter on Thursday calling on the US congress do all it can to keep the 2015 Iran nuclear deal alive and "protect the fruits of successful diplomacy."
    "Together, Europeans and Americans have proved that a strong and united transatlantic partnership can bring about a coalition extending to Russia and China, endorsed by the international community," the lawmakers wrote. "But this coalition is now at risk, as the US government moves towards abandoning the [nuclear deal] without any evidence of Iran not fulfilling its obligations," Common Dreams reported.
    "Abandoning the deal would diminish the value of any promises or threats made by our countries. It would also diminish our capability to keep Iran nuclear-free after the expiration of the special provisions of the JCPOA," the letter reads. "If we maintain our alliance now, we will be in the position to keep Iran's nuclear aspirations in check in the long run." 

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