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Why Iran’s central bank can’t control money markets

Al-monitor  — On Sept. 28, the Central Bank of Iran (CBI) announced a plan that would urge commercial banks as well as credit and finance institutions to keep deposits under a specific level or face disciplinary measures. This is the second step taken by the monetary regulator in less than a year to ensure that financial resources are not blocked …

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Former Political Prisoner Transported from Workplace to Prison Without Summons

Iranhumanrights.org – Former political prisoner Navid Kamran has been transported to Evin Prison in Tehran to begin serving a one-year prison sentence for “propaganda against the state” without a summons, an informed source told the International Campaign for Human Rights in Iran. Kamran previously told the Campaign that he had been convicted on recycled charges. “Navid was picked up by two court …

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Iran’s RighTel confirms roaming deal with AT&T

PayvandNews – A major Iranian telecommunications operator has confirmed that it has an international roaming service deal with America’s AT&T. Majid Sadri, the managing director of RighTel, was quoted by Iranian media as saying that his company has already been able to establish roaming services with 123 operators in 87 countries. They, as the company says on its website, include the US. …

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Iran seeks stronger China ties after nuclear deal

PayvandNews – Iranian President Hassan Rouhani said on Sunday that Iran is willing to use the opportunities created after the nuclear deal to expand ties with China. During a meeting with Vice President of China Li Yuanchao in Bangkok, Rouhani highlighted the importance of expanding banking relations between the two countries. Pointing to the crises in the Middle East region, …

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Iran, Germany to cooperate on Zayanderud river restoration

PayvandNews  – Deputy energy minister announced that Iran and Germany have reached agreement over saving Zayanderud river. A fresh round of talks between Iran and Germany over water and power industries kicked off in Tehran upon arrival of a delegation of Germany’s Federal Ministry of Education and Research headed by State Secretary Georg Schutte and attended by President of German …

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