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Iran Economic and Business News Headlines - November 10

Iran Economic and Business News Headlines - November 10 Iran Economic and Business News Headlines - November 10

Mojtaba Khosrotaj, the head of Trade Promotion Organization of Iran: Iranian companies are highly experienced in circumventing sanctions. (IRNA)

European Economic Affairs Commissioner Pierre Moscovici: The European Union is opposed to the United States’ decision to reimpose oil and financial sanctions against Iran. (Reuters)

Agriculture Minister Mahmoud Hojjati: We won’t allow the formation of black market for essential goods. (Fars News Agency)

Minister of Cooperatives, Labor and Social Welfare Mohammad Shariatmadari: Iran's viability hinges on the support it lends to production. (IRNA)

CEO of the Securities and Exchange Organization of Iran Shapour Mohammadi: Capitalization in Iran's capital markets has exceeded 10,000 trillion rials [$6.75 billion]. (ILNA)

Minister of Economic Affairs and Finance Farhad Dejpasand: Streamlining tax and banking sectors is the main priority of the Economy Ministry. (IRNA)

Minister of Industries, Mining and Trade Reza Rahmani: Supporting knowledge-based enterprises is among the main priorities of the Industries Ministry. (Mehr News Agency)

Majlis Energy Commission Spokesman Asadollah Qarehkhani: Excessive consumption and smuggling are undeniable realities of Iran's fuel economy. (ILNA)

 President of Iran Chamber of Cooperatives Bahman Abdollahi: Unemployment is the root cause of poverty in Iran. (IRNA)

Ali Alizadeh Aliabadi, a faculty member of the Agricultural Research, Education and Expansion Organization, affiliated to Agriculture Ministry: By meeting 100% and 90% of its domestic demand for chicken and red meat respectively, Iran is almost self-sufficient in meat production. (IRNA)

Jamal Moqaddam, the head of the Statistical Center of Iran's IT Department: Iran's census system will be modernized in the next 10 years. (IRNA)



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