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World Economic Forum

Iran warns sanctions would threaten nuclear deal

The Iranian foreign minister says new sanctions against Iran would jeopardize the achievements of the nuclear negotiations.

Mohammad Javad Zarif, who met with his U.S. counterpart on Friday on the sidelines of the World Economic Forum meeting in Davos, said: “We have an agreement that looks ahead to achieving a final comprehensive agreement. Anyone who destroys this deal, in my opinion, should be isolated by the global community, be it the U.S. Congress or any other.” » read more

U.S., Iranian FMs may meet again at Davos

The Iranian foreign minister has mentioned the possibility of meeting his U.S. counterpart in Davos on the sidelines of the World Economic Forum. » read more

Iran to meet with 5+1 by next month

Iranian Foreign Minister Mohammad Javad Zarif announced on Saturday January 25 that he and EU foreign policy chief Catherine Ashton have agreed to set up a meeting between Iran and the 5+1 delegation by the end of February. » read more

Rohani tells forum Iran welcomes foreign investment

The Iranian president told the World Economic Forum at Davos that Iran is open for foreign investment. » read more

Iran pegged as country with world’s highest inflation rate

The World Economic Forum reports that Iran has the highest inflation rate among 148 countries listed in its study for 2012. » read more