Iran Likely To Hold Off On Retaliation Over Scientist’s Killing

WASHINGTON (Reuters) – Iran is unlikely to retaliate over the assassination of a prominent nuclear scientist before the inauguration of Joe Biden in case it jeopardizes any future sanctions relief, the top U.S. envoy on Iran told Reuters on Thursday.

Iran’s Trade Value With Turkey Drops 67%

ICBPS- Iran’s trade value with Turkey has dropped by 67 percent in the first seven months of 2020. The value of trade between Tehran and Ankara fell 67 percent, compared to last year’s same period.

Tehran Chamber of Commerce Industries Mines and Agriculture (TCCIMA) put Iran-Turkey seven-months trade as $4.2 billion as the value has dropped 67 percent. 

U.S. Imposes Sanctions on Companies Over Iranian Petrochemicals

ICBPS- The United States has imposed sanctions on several companies over sales of the Islamic Republic of Iran’s petrochemicals.

In a statement, the U.S. Department of State on Thursday declared that it Imposed sanctions on entities for engaging in transactions related to the Islamic Republic of Iran’s Petroleum and Petrochemical Industry.

Washington on Thursday imposed sanctions on several companies, accusing them of enabling the shipment and sale of Iranian petrochemicals, the Treasury Department said in a statement.

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