Tehran must concentrate on addressing Europe, Canada and anti-Trump Americans in fending off Washington’s economic attack, says Hesamoddin Ashna.
Bloc’s lending arm fears doing business with Iranians would jeopardise ability to raise money in US.
Document signed during era of the last Shah and Eisenhower means Donald Trump’s economic attack breaches international law, Iranians say.
French finance minister says Europe needs to react quickly to protect its economic sovereignty.
Crude oil prices could skyrocket towards $250 a barrel if Iran follows through on a threat to close the Straight of Hormuz on the edge of the Persian Gulf in retaliation to the US threat to blocks its oil exports, RT reported on July 11.
As evidence mounts Donald Trump wants nothing less than regime change in Tehran, Iranians work on trade defences and warn he will be the seventh US president to fail in that objective.
Nikki Haley tries to arrange quid pro quo on visit to New Delhi but it is not clear PM Narendra Modi will budge on Iranian crude shipments.
Zeybekci says Turks will work to ensure their “friend and brother country” is not wronged.
As tensions among economically stung traders and anti-accord hardliners mount, president sends letters with demands to Macron, May and Merkel.
Iran’s president calls for unity as financial pain caused by rial’s collapse causes sporadic strikes among merchants.
Hopes that Washington will allow gradual reduction of imports dashed. Zero your shipments by November 4 or face the consequences, Trump administration tells foreign capitals.
Several hundred people, mainly men, shut down their stalls in Tehran’s Grand Bazaar on June 25 and marched on the Iranian parliament, 30 minutes walk from the main trading centre.
Beijing could undermine US plan to strangle Iranian economy by accepting more oil from the Islamic Republic.
Commitment of EU’s major powers to salvaging nuclear deal starting to look rather feeble.