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S Korea's Iran oil imports up, but not breaching sanctions

South Korea's imports of Iranian crude oil rose 6.5 per cent in November from a year earlier, but shipments for the first 11 months of the year were still below the 2013 average, in line with international sa

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Iran imports gasoil after months, but unlikely to continue

Iran resumed gasoil imports this quarter after a gap of several months on rising consumption of heating oil during winter, but the arrivals are unlikely to continue as the demand is only seasonal, industry source

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GCC 'imports 70pc of food needs'

About 70 per cent of food products in the Gulf Cooperation Council are imported, of which cereals comprise around 55 per cent, according to a recent Frost & Sullivan analysis. Marginal farming activities owing to limited water

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GCC 'imports 70pc of food needs'

About 70 per cent of food products in the Gulf Cooperation Council are imported, of which cereals comprise around 55 per cent, according to a recent Frost & Sullivan analysis. Marginal farming activities owing to limited water

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India's October Iran oil imports rise 60 pc

India bought 60 per cent more Iranian oil in October than a year ago as refiners held to higher volumes despite signs that world powers and Iran might not reach a final agreement on Tehran's disputed nuclear programme before a November 24

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Dubai-Kuwait trade rises 6pc to $2.8bn

Trade between Dubai and Kuwait grew 6.1 per cent in the first half of the year to reach Dh10.3 billion ($2.8 billion), which included imports, exports and re-exports, according to a Dubai Customs official. Dubai Customs received a

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Dubai-Kuwait trade rises 6pc to $2.8bn

Trade between Dubai and Kuwait grew 6.1 per cent in the first half of the year to reach Dh10.3 billion ($2.8 billion), which included imports, exports and re-exports, according to a Dubai Customs official. Dubai Customs received a

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Saudi may see 18m cars on roads by year-end

Saudi Arabia will likely see the number of licensed vehicles on its roads rise to 18 million by the end of 2014, from 17 million last year, a report said. From 2011 to 2012, the number of licensed cars rose by 7 per cent to 15.9 m

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Egypt imposes temporary steel tariffs

Egypt has imposed temporary tariffs to protect domestic steel rebar manufacturers from cheap foreign imports amid a long-running local energy crunch that has hit power-hungry heavy industry. The 7.3 per cent tariffs will last for

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China crude imports from Iran drop nearly 30pc on year

Chinese imports of crude from Iran fell nearly 30 per cent from a year earlier to the lowest since October 2013, with Tehran's largest oil client reducing shipments from high levels in recent months as at least one regular buyer went throu

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