Move must be made before state lender can challenge US court’s ability to hold trial, he adds.
Having made a successful debut on the international bond market this year, Uzbekistan is considering options for future funding that could include a Eurobond issue in the local currency.
Satellite technology firm refers to 700,000 barrels a day possibly successfully shipped despite US attempt to drive consignments to zero.
In itself move won’t go very far in persuading Tehran to stick with nuclear deal.
Tehran blames “thugs” linked to exiles and US, Israel and Saudi Arabia. HRW issues report on “brutal crackdown” and calls for release of official death toll.
Officials act amid market uncertainty after hired advisers say they should wait on valuations to improve.
100 protest leaders said to have been rounded up. Reports circulate that relatives of expatriate Iranian journalists are suffering intimidation from military and spy agencies.
As reports indicate Islamic Republic is gradually reconnecting to global internet after quelling of social unrest, observers say success of Iranian intranet is a human rights headache.
Leaders of “It’s a Shame” movement among dozens arrested. Poll shows loss of popularity for ruling Georgian Dream party.
Basij paramilitary force says November 18 brought a quieter day on the streets with “main culprits” rounded up. Death toll estimates range from six to dozens.
Iranian authorities essentially turned the internet off on November 17 as a crackdown on protests against a dramatic hike in petrol prices escalated, reported Netblocks, an internet-freedom charity.
Iran went under virtual martial law as authorities shut down the internet and blocked roads in the capital. There were some reports of shooting on the streets of Tehran.
Opposition parties have called for big weekend demonstrations in response to ruling party’s blocking of constitutional switch to proportional representation system in time for 2020 general election.
State bank embroiled in Iran sanctions-busting case. Mention of Turkish strongman in indictment and Trump Tower Istanbul under renewed scrutiny. No progress on ‘S-400’ row. Senators not thrilled at Oval Office showing of anti-Kurdish propaganda film.
Mister Auto released a survey of which cities in the world are the best and worst to drive in that found Moscow has the second highest road rage index in the world, after only Ulaanbaatar.
The President of Turkmenistan Gurbanguly Berdymukhamedov was in Italy this week for an Italian – Turkmenistan business forum took in Milan on October 7, to woo investors and diversify the economy