CornHusker » October 18th, 2016
BACKDOC » October 18th, 2016
NOW THAT IRAN HAS A REALITY VALUE, THE IMF IS HELPING IRAN RECONNECT TO BANKING CHANNELS TO NORMALIZE IT TO THE WORLD.
THEY WILL USE THESE CONTRACTS TO RAISE THE VALUE OF THEIR CURRENCY UNTIL MARCH 20TH! DOC IMO
Samson » October 18th, 2016
Mon Oct 17, 2016 7:18PM
Germany’s industrial giant Siemens is preparing to sign a contract worth above €2 billion for the development of Iran’s railway system.
German engineering giant Siemens says it is preparing to sign a major deal with Iran to develop the country’s railway system.
Reuters quoted an unnamed industry source as saying that top Siemens officials will arrive in Tehran on Friday to discuss the deal which is expected to be worth above €2 billion ($2.25 billion).
It will involve an order for track technology and ICE 3 trains, a model of intercity train in use in Germany.
Reuters added that Germany’s Transport Minister Alexander Dobrindt is also expected in Tehran on Friday.
Minister Dobrindt is expected to discuss the expansion of mutual cooperation over a variety of areas. He will head a major trade delegation during his meeting.
German Vice Chancellor and Economy Minister Sigmar Gabriel traveled to Iran at the start of the month and during that trip Siemens got an order to build parts for 50 locomotives, Reuters added.
The two countries during Gabriel’s visit signed a range of business deals in what was seen as a move which could take economic relations between the two countries to a new level.
Gabriel led a delegation of 160 businesspeople to Tehran. Siemens AG and automaker Daimler AG, as well as several others such as plant constructor Keller HCW, steelmaking plants constructor SMS Group and INTRA industrial solutions were also on board of the delegation.
This was his second visit to Iran since the country reached a deal in July last year to restrict certain aspects of its nuclear energy activities in return for the removal of some economic sanctions that had been imposed on it for several years.
Walkingstick » October 18th, 2016
Cabinet sends 2017 budget to parliament Since 10/18/2016
Cabinet sends 2017 budget to parliament follows ...
Government sends 2017 budget bill to parliament
Cabinet sends 2017 budget to parliament
Urgent Abadi: the draft budget for 2017 included a tax on non - essential items
Jay » October 18th, 2016
THANK YOU SIR...
PLEASE DEAR LORD LET THERE BE A RATE IN IT.
IF THERE IS, ITS ON LIKE DONKEY KONG.