The European Stability Mechanism (ESM) could get new powers to monitor eurozone economies next year as part of the single currency bloc's plan to integrate more deeply, Klaus Regling, the head of the eurozone bailout fund, said.
Eurozone bailout fund may  get monitoring powers next year
South Korea's central bank is likely to hold its key rate steady this month as soft domestic demand could keep monetary policy accommodative in the near term, a leading provider of economic analysis said on Saturday.
Moody's Analytics expects BoK  to hold policy rate steady in October
Iran’s ambassador to France predicts a good prospect for stronger economic ties with Paris in view of growing ties between the two countries.
Envoy predicts rise in Iran-France trade ties
Iran's Minister of Economic Affairs and Finance Masoud Karbasian arrived in Washington at the head of a delegation to attend the 2017 Annual joint meeting of the World Bank Group and International Monetary Fund (IMF).
Iran's minister in Washington to attend World Bank, IMF meeting
National flag carrier, Iran Air announced that it has finalized a contract to purchase six more ATR passenger aircraft from the Franco-Italian plane manufacturer.
Iran finalizes deal to buy six more ATR planes
Iran, the world's biggest gas reserve holder (33.5 trillion cubic meters, 18 percent of the total) has increased its gas output significantly and is targeting an output of 1 bcm/d by March 20, 2018.
Iran seeking to sign its first FLNG deal with Norway
Iran will launch Mianeh sponge iron plant with an annual capacity of 800,000 tons in East Azarbaijan Province today.
Mianeh sponge iron plant to be launched today
The Association of Southeast Asian Nations (ASEAN) agreed to renew a currency swap deal for two more years from November 17, providing a total of $2 billion in financial support, the Malaysian central bank said on Friday.
Malaysia central bank: ASEAN renews currency swap deal to provide $2b support
Most economists oppose Prime Minister Shinzo Abe’s plan to redirect some revenue from a planned sales-tax increase to child care and education because it would add to Japan’s massive debt burden, a poll showed.
Economists oppose Japan PM's plan to use sales tax revenue for education
China’s import and export growth accelerated in September, suggesting the world’s second-biggest economy is still expanding at a healthy pace despite widespread forecasts of an eventual slowdown.
China September imports blow past expectations as economy remains in high gear

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