Two Iranian oil and gas companies said they have signed agreements with an Italian power company to capture flared gas in one of the world's largest natural fields.
Iran reaches gas flare deal with Italian power company
Turkey and Iran will use national currencies in trade to further improve mutual turnover between the two countries.
Turkey, Iran will use national currencies in trade
More than one in three smartphones in 2020 will be shipped with an artificial intelligence (AI) chipset capable of real-time translation and malware detection, giving health care advice and recognizing user behavior, a report said on Friday.
35% of smartphones to be shipped with AI by 2020
Japan chalked up a goods trade surplus of ¥1.92 trillion ($17 billion) in the fiscal first half amid robust exports to Asia and the United States, but was squeezed by rising energy imports, government data showed Thursday.
Japan logs goods trade surplus
Bank of America Merrill Lynch is the latest Wall Street firm to issue a warning about a stock-market correction. The benchmark S&P 500 hasn't seen a correction, defined as a 10-percent sell-off, in more than two years, Business Insider wrote.
Wall Street banks starting to sound the alarm on a stock-market correction
Lack of energy access presents a formidable challenge to Africa and lack of access to financing has been singled out as the biggest reason why over 620 million people living on the continent are stuck in energy poverty. The issue of inadequate financing, especially for renewable energy sources, was among the pressing concerns as leaders, scientists and policy leader met at the Global Green Growth Week conference in Ethiopia. Governments and their private sector and international development partners say Africa needs to attract financing for renewable energy for it to achieve most of the social development goals — SDGS. But the question is where the financing will come from and when? Henning Wuester oversees IRENA’s work on knowledge, policy and finance, including the production of up-to-date renewable energy data and information and analysis to identify best practice in renewable energy policy and finance. He spoke with IPS about the potential of renewable energy in unlocking Africa’s green growth potential and why financing is crucial. Excerpts follow:
The future for financing Africa’s renewable energy
Iran and Brazil underlined the need to broaden cooperation particularly in the economic and banking sectors.
Iran, Brazil underline broadening of banking cooperation
Iran signed an agreement with Ericsson, the leading provider of communications technology solutions, to assist in launching the Internet of Things (IoT) across the country.
Iran, Ericsson sign deal to launch IoT
US President Donald Trump's revised hardline policy towards Iran will have little impact on Tehran's ambition to develop its vital oil sector and attract foreign investment, said a senior Iranian official on Tuesday.
US policy on Iran won't harm its oil sector: Zamani-Nia
Iran is studying a request by Uzbekistan to export crude oil to the Central Asian republic — an announcement that shows the list of Iranian oil clients is growing as the nation pumps more crude to international markets.
Uzbekistan joins Iran's oil clients

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