Posts Tagged ‘sectors’

Foreign investment in industrial, mining, trade sectors up 71% in 8 months

TEHRAN – The volume of foreign investment attracted in Iran’s industrial, mining and trade sectors during the first eight months of the current Iranian calendar year (March 21-November 20) increased 71.2 percent compared to the same period in the previous year. According to the latest data released by the Industry, Mining and Trade Ministry, the […]

Iran welcomes Russian companies’ investments in its energy and transport sectors

TASS– Iran invites Russian companies to invest in construction of the Bushehr nuclear power plant, the Bender-Abbas thermal power plant, and the Bafka-Kerman railroad, Speaker of the Majlis (Parliament of the Islamic Republic of Iran) Ali Larijani said in Moscow on Monday. Speaking at a meeting with Vyacheslav Volodin, Speaker of the State Duma (lower […]

Germany’s Lewa back in Iran oil, gas sectors

Shana– Lewa, a worldwide leading manufacturer of industrial equipment, is resuming its activities in Iran in the wake of removed oil and gas sanctions. Speaking to Shana, Joachim Bund, head of Lewa’s sales division, said his company has been serving goods for decades in Iran and installs pumps in projects in all offshore, upstream, petrochemical, […]

Racist Black Rapist to White Victim: ‘That’s for 400 Years of Slavery You Bitch!’

Former Vanderbilt University football player Corey Batey was sentenced by a judge to 15 years in prison on Friday. The victim was a 21-year-old woman at the time she was discovered unconscious at a university dorm in 2013 after being raped by four men, including Corey Batey. The Tennessean reports on both the horrific nature of […]

A Conversation with Dr. Stephen Flowers [aka Edred Thorsson]

By Michael Moynihan One of dominant paradigms of modern society is fragmentation. In the world of popular culture this translates into dazzling distractions and endless ephemera, while in the world of academia it engenders over-specialisation and an unspoken refusal to even attempt to understand the “bigger picture,” especially from a metaphysical perspective. In this atomised […]

Princeton Study Says U.S. No Longer An Actual Democracy

A groundbreaking study from Princeton University is causing a lot of controversy, but its findings are undeniable. The university study explain that U.S. democracy is pure fiction. That is, the researchers explain, it simply does not exist. The scholars behind the study asked the question: “[w]ho really rules?” Researchers Martin Gilens along with […]

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