Iran offers concession to Asian oil buyers; counters tough Western sanctions - Breaking News Allvoices

News Stories Related To: Iran offers concession to Asian oil buyers; counters tough Western sanctions

Tehrān : Iran | 2 years ago  
The Financial Times reported on Wednesday that, Iran is offering handsome concession to Asian oil buyers’, including India, the west’s most favorite Asian state,...
    • Clear
    • Share:
    • Share
    • Clear
    • Clear
    • Clear
    • Clear
     
  • Read full report
   Reach     Credibility Credibility of 5
Report Your News Got a similar story?
Add it to the network!

Or add related content to this report

Related news stories

  • Obama says more Iran sanctions coming if talks drag

      Jerusalem Post | 2 years ago
    US president responds to Israeli accusations that Istanbul talks gave Iran a "freebie"; "We still have a window in which to resolve this conflict diplomatically," Obama says in Colombia. US President Barack Obama said there would be more sanctions...
  • Iran satisfied with Istanbul nuclear talks

      B92 | 2 years ago
    Chief Iranian negotiator on nuclear issues Saeed Jalili welcomed the positive attitude of the six world powers expressed during negotiations in Istanbul. The Istanbul meeting (Beta/AP) World powers have agreed on the continuation of talks on May 23...
  • Iran, Western powers hail latest nuclear talks

      Taiwan News | 2 years ago
    In a rare show of unity, Iran and the world's big powers on Saturday hailed their first nuclear meeting in more than a year as a key step toward further negotiations meant to ease international fears that Tehran may weaponize its nuclear program.
  • Iran offers new proposals at nuke talks

      United Press International | 2 years ago
    Talks between Iran and six world powers on the country's nuclear ambitions opened Saturday with the Islamic Republic saying it would present new proposals. Iran's top negotiator, Saeed Jalili , who said before the talks that he intended to bring "new...
  • Britain says “long way to go” on Iranian nuclear issue

      NOW Lebanon | 2 years ago
    Britain said Saturday's talks between world powers and Iran over its disputed nuclear program were a first step towards a peaceful, negotiated solution but warned there was still a long way to go. Foreign Secretary William Hague said London was...
  • Ashton hails Iran nuclear talks

      BBC | 2 years ago
    The next round of talks with Tehran will take place in Baghdad on 23 May, she said. The first discussions between Iran and six world powers for 15 months have been taking place in Istanbul. Iran says its nuclear programme is peaceful, but critics...
  • West upbeat at Iran nuclear talks

      The Age | 2 years ago
    The United States, France, Russia, China, Britain and Germany are seeking assurances that Iran's nuclear program is intended for peaceful purposes, in a round of talks that might be the last chance to prevent an attack on Iran's nuclear installations...
  • Envoy lauds positive Iran nuke talks

      Australian Broadcasting Corporation | 2 years ago
    The diplomat, who spoke during the lunch break about the first meeting between Iran and the world powers in 15 months, said Iranian nuclear negotiator Saeed Jalili had not stated the kind of preconditions that he had done in the last meeting in early...
  • Iranian dissident opposes sanctions on Tehran

      War In Context | 2 years ago
    But she has found herself standing with them in opposition to the onerous nuclear sanctions imposed on her country. As representatives of Iran and six world powers prepared to resume negotiations on Iran's uranium enrichment activities this weekend...
  • US air traveler treated in Iran after heart attack

      AP Online | 2 years ago
    Iran (AP) — Iran's civil aviation spokesman says an American is receiving medical treatment in Tehran after his plane was diverted to the Iranian capital when he suffered a heart attack on a flight from Dubai to Seattle. Abbas Mosayebi...
  • Diplomat: Iran-6-power nuke talks promising

      Taiwan News | 2 years ago
    A European diplomat close to nuclear talks between six world powers and Iran described the negotiations as "very constructive," saying a second round looks likely after a morning session between the two sides Saturday.
  • EU: 'Positive atmosphere' at Iran, world power talks

      NOW Lebanon | 2 years ago
    Talks between Iran and six world powers in Istanbul on Tehran's nuclear program, the first in 15 months, began Saturday in a "positive atmosphere," a European Union spokesperson said. "There is a positive atmosphere. ... There is a desire for...
  • Nuclear talks between Iran and six nations open in Istanbul

      The Hindu | 2 years ago
    Talks between Iran and the six Western nations seeking assurances that Iran's nuclear programme is intended for peaceful purposes opened in Istanbul on Saturday. The meeting of representatives of the P5+1 nations the United States, France, Russia,...
  • Talks begin with Iran over nuclear programme

      The Independent | 2 years ago
    In an unfailingly mischievous manner, Sarah Maple uses narrative artwork to challenge traditional no... As we watch 'part two' of Jason Russell's explosive film campaign to expose the heinous crimes commi... Suggested Topics Six world powers and Iran...
  • Nuclear talks between Iran, six world powers open in Istanbul

      Haaretz | 2 years ago
    Diplomats say the round, the first in 15 months, is unlikely to result in a major breakthrough but offers a chance to resume dialogue and dampen speculation that Israel might launch military strikes to prevent its arch enemy from acquiring nuclear...
  • Expectations low for Iran nuclear talks

      News 24 | 2 years ago
    Expectations are low for major progress in Iran's first talks in 15 months with world powers in Istanbul on Saturday aimed at easing tensions over Tehran's suspected nuclear weapons drive. According to officials close to the negotiations between Iran...
  • Iran and world powers set for nuclear talks

      Al Jazeera | 2 years ago
    Iran and world powers are due to meet in Turkey on Saturday in a bid to reach a breakthrough on the Islamic Republic's disputed nuclear programme. The negotiations in Istanbul, the first between Iran and the six powers (the United States, France,...
  • West Sets Sights Low in Iran Talks

      KSAZ | 2 years ago
    American and European diplomats are setting a low bar for their first direct negotiations with Iran on its nuclear program in more than a year, saying an agreement to hold a second round, possibly in Baghdad, is likely to be the most substantive...
  • Iran talks: Why time is ripe for compromise

      Christian Science Monitor | 2 years ago
    The opportunity for a compromise on nuclear and other regional issues between Iran and the United States has never been so ripe as now, when talks resume between Iran and international negotiators in Istanbul this weekend.
  • Iran ships ?off radar? as Tehran conceals oil sales

      Arab News | 2 years ago
    Iran is concealing the destinations of its oil sales by disabling tracking systems aboard its tanker fleet, making it difficult to assess how much crude Tehran is exporting as it seeks to counter Western sanctions aimed at cutting its oil revenues...
  • Iran 'discouraged' on eve of nuclear talks resumption

      Yedioth Ahronoth | 2 years ago
    Breaking News Iran said Friday that its hopes of a breakthrough at long-awaited talks on its nuclear programme had taken a dive after warnings from the West that Tehran had to prove its credibility.   Following a 15-month hiatus, officials from the...
  • Iran fights oil sanctions with supervessels

      Russia Today | 2 years ago
    Chinese shipyards are to deliver 12 supertankers to Iran, with the final vessel ready by the end of 2013...Seven more are to be delivered over the year, with the remaining four to be commissioned by the end of 2013. Two shipyards are building the...
  • Iran, 6 powers may make progress at nuclear talks

      Merced Sun-Star | 2 years ago
    As it comes to the table in Istanbul, the West's strongest hand is linked to its sanctions on Iran, penalties that have been tightened in recent months as the U.S. and EU have taken aim at Iran's main cash cow: oil. Tehran in turn, may dangle the...
  • Iran: We do not want nuclear weapons

      War In Context | 2 years ago
    Not long afterward, America agreed to help Iran set up the full nuclear fuel cycle along with atomic power plants. The U.S. argument was that nuclear power would provide for the growing needs of our economy and free our remaining oil reserves for...
  • US-India ties hit rough patch over Iran

      DAWN | 2 years ago
    Less than a year ago, US Secretary of State Hillary Clinton visited India and declared that the relationship between the world's two largest democracies would shape the 21st century. India and the United States are now navigating some of the rockiest...
  • Iran and the United States Face Off in Turkey

      Foreign Affairs | 2 years ago
    Saeed Jalili, Iran's chief nuclear negotiator, in 2010. (Valentin Flauraud / courtesy Reuters) As U.S. and Iranian officials prepare to face off in Istanbul this weekend to negotiate the future of Iran's nuclear program, stakes are high and...
  • Why Blockading Iran Could Lead to Global Disaster

      Mother Jones | 2 years ago
    Economic war will not take down the Iranian government, but it could lead to actual armed war...It might, in the end, even deeply harm the global economy and yet, history tells us, it will fail on its own. Economic war led by Washington (and...
  • Obama threatens more Iran sanctions; Ahmadinejad defiant

      Jerusalem Post | 2 years ago
    US, French presidents speak via telephone, express hope Iran will take advantage of upcoming P5+1 meetings; Obama says if talks fail, he will proceed with sanctions; Ahmadinejad: We will not give up nuke program. Morteza Nikoubazl The US will...
  • 2012 world oil demand growth unchanged – IEA says oil market ...

      Kuwait Times | 2 years ago
    The combination of these factors had led to a potential global build in stocks of 1 million barrels per day (bpd) over the last quarter, the agency said in its monthly report. The cycle of repeatedly tightening fundamentals since 2009 has been broken...
  • Iran: With Sanctions Looming, India Becomes Top Oil Buyer

      International Business Times | 2 years ago
    Articles India , the fourth-largest consumer of oil on the planet, has long been one of Tehran's top buyers...In the first quarter of 2012, that figure has increased by 23 percent and India now imports some 433,000 barrels of oil per day from Iran,...
  • Sarkozy, Obama call on Iran to hold “serious” nuclear talks

      NOW Lebanon | 2 years ago
    French President Nicolas Sarkozy and US President Barack Obama urged Iran on Thursday to take upcoming nuclear talks seriously and suspend sensitive atomic activities. "They called on Iran to seize the opportunity of the resumption of talks with the...
  • India replaces China as Iran's top oil client

      Time of India | 2 years ago
    India has vaulted to the top of the list of Iran's oil customers, overtaking China, in a first quarter buying surge ahead of tighter sanctions against Tehran this summer, data published by a leading industry consultant showed. Direct imports to India...
  • US February trade gap shrinks as imports drop

      Channel NewsAsia | 2 years ago
    The US trade gap shrank in February on the back of an unexpected drop in imports, mainly from China, according to Commerce Department data released Thursday. The trade deficit fell to a seasonally adjusted $46 billion, from a revised $52.5 billion in...
  • Let's Talk: Iran's Top Negotiator Offers "New Initiatives" Ahead of Crunch ...

      International Business Times | 2 years ago
    Articles Jalili did not however elaborate on any specific plans Iran would bring to the negotiating table. According to diplomatic sources, the United States, France, Germany , China , Russia and Britain will wait for Tehran to signal it is serious...
  • Iran announces plans for military drills

      United Press International | 2 years ago
    Days before a planned nuclear summit in Istanbul, an Iranian military commander announced plans for one of the largest coordinated force maneuvers this year...Some military powers are monitoring developments in the region after Iran threatened to...
  • U.S. trade gap narrows sharply

      The Globe & Mail | 2 years ago
    The U.S. trade deficit narrowed unexpectedly in February as exports hit a record high, imports from China and other key suppliers declined and oil import volume fell to the lowest in 15 years, a government report showed on Thursday. The monthly trade...
  • Iran looks to Asian customers to fill oil gap

      Russia Today | 2 years ago
    Iran has halted oil sales to Greece in response to the EU sanctions coming into force in July. The country's Press-TV reports Tehran also cut supplies to Spain and may put on halt those to Germany and Italy. Amir Pourmand) As the time of talks over...
  • Iran courts Tajikistan as energy partner

      United Press International | 2 years ago
    The Iranian government is eager to work with Tajikistan on hydroelectric power and natural gas, the Iranian ambassador to Dushanbe said. Iranian Ambassador to Tajikistan Aliasgar Sherdust told the Trend news service that both sides viewed energy ties...
  • IEA paints mixed picture of oil markets

      United Press International | 2 years ago
    March suggests there's more supply globally than there is demand for the first time since 2009, the IEA said. The International Energy Agency in its April report said oil production from the Organization of Petroleum Exporting Countries reached 31.4...
  • IEA: Sanctions could cause Iranian oil output to 'plummet'

      NOW Lebanon | 2 years ago
    The IEA said on Thursday that tighter US and EU sanctions on Iran over its disputed nuclear program were hitting hard and its oil production could plummet by up to a third in coming months. Iran's March oil production was down by 50,000 barrels per...
  • Iran offers oil at zero-percent interest

      United Press International | 2 years ago
    Iran is trying to overcome U.S. and European sanctions by offering oil to potential customers at zero-percent interest for six months, industry officials said. The free credit for 180 days -- offered to "a handful" of potential customers in Asia,...
  • Oil hovers below $103 ahead of Iran nuclear talks

      Taiwan News | 2 years ago
    Oil prices hovered below $103 a barrel Thursday in Asia as traders looked to negotiations this weekend over Iran's nuclear program. Benchmark oil for May delivery was down 2 cents to $102.68 a barrel at midday Singapore time in electronic trading on...
  • Iran to present 'new initiatives' at nuclear tal ...

      Pak Tribune | 2 years ago
    Iran will present "new initiatives" at nuclear talks with world powers in Istanbul at the weekend, the official leading the country's negotiating team, Saeed Jalili, said on Wednesday. "The Iranian delegation will have new initiatives and we hope...
  • Iran and West meet Saturday for another go at nuclear talks

      DAWN | 2 years ago
    Iran and West meet Saturday for another go at nuclear talks AFP 21 mins ago A picture released by the official website of the Iranian presidency shows President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad delivering a speech to the Iran's Atomic Energy Organisation...
  • Iran Says It Will Offer New Nuclear Proposals

      The New York Times | 2 years ago
    Iran 's top nuclear negotiator said Wednesday that he would offer new initiatives at the coming talks with world powers on its disputed nuclear energy program , apparently trying to strike a posture of conciliation without specifying which ideas he...
  • Eyeing nuclear talks, Tehran plays hard ball over oil

      The Daily Star | 2 years ago
    Just days before crucial talks with world powers on its disputed nuclear program, Iran was presenting a defiant face Wednesday, announcing the halt of oil exports to EU nations and warning the West to drop its language of force. At the same time,...
  • Iran has 'new initatives' for P5+1

      United Press International | 2 years ago
    Iran announced Wednesday it was headed to multilateral nuclear negotiations in Turkey with "new initiatives" but gave few specifics. Nuclear negotiations among the five permanent members of the U.N. Security Council -- the United States, Britain,...
  • Iran to Present 'New Initiatives' for Talks with Powers

      Voice of America | 2 years ago
    Iran says it will present new initiatives at upcoming nuclear talks with world powers in Turkey, but warned that efforts by Western nations to exert pressure on Tehran would "backfire." Iranian state media say chief nuclear negotiator Saeed Jalili...
  • Iran promises new proposals at nuclear talks

      The Guardian | 2 years ago
    Iran's top nuclear negotiator, Saeed Jalili, says his country will offer new proposals in Istanbul. Photograph: Olivier Hoslet/EPA Iran has said it will present new proposals at fresh nuclear talks with the world's major powers when they meet later...
  • Oil modestly higher ahead of EIA inventory report

      International Business Times | 2 years ago
    Text Size Oil continued to be under pressure throughout most of Tuesday's session as did the majority of risk asset markets. The view that the global economy is slowing and the European sovereign debt issues may be a problem once gain were the...


Use of this site is governed by our Terms of Use Agreement and Privacy Policy.

© Allvoices, Inc. 2008-2014. All rights reserved. Powered by PulsePoint.