The First International Mineral Processing Activists Symposium (IMPAS 2016) is scheduled to be held in Tehran on October 25-26.
Tehran Hosts Mineral Processing Symposium
“The event, co-organized by the Iranian Mineral Processing Research Center and the Iranian Mines and Mining Industries Development and Renovation Organization, will host over 300 domestic and foreign experts and industry players from firms, such as Canada’s Hatch, South Africa’s Mintek and MSA-Group, Germany’s Malgweyn, Finland’s Outotec and Australia’s JKMRC,” Gholamreza Mollataheri, IMPRC head, said. He added that a memorandum of understanding is set to be signed with the Geological Survey of Finland on the sidelines of the symposium, IMIDRO’s news portal reported.
Some 21,500 tons of non-oil commodities have been exported via rail through Incheh Borun border terminal located in the northeastern Golestan Province since the beginning of the current Iranian year on March 21, registering an 81% hike compared with the similar period of last year, a local rail official said last week.
Bringing relief to trade participants from both India and Iran comes the news that India is likely to receive waiver from U.S. sanctions to carry out trade with Iran
According to the data maintained by SteelMint, Iran has exported 1.67 MnT iron ore via bulk shipments in the seventh month of Iranian year (during 23rd Sep- 22nd Oct'18).
The European Union announced on Tuesday that it will remain committed to Iran nuclear agreement as long as Tehran complies with the deal.
CEO of Iran Air Farzaneh Sharafbafi said the national flag-carrier airline has no problem in supplying fuel to its aviation fleet despite recent US sanctions against the Islamic Republic.
Turkey has been told it will receive a waiver from the US sanctions on imports of Iranian oil, Finance Minister Berat Albayrak said on Monday, as Washington re-introduced the sanctions.