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Upon arrival in Bandar Abbas, Rouhani had emphasized that self-reliance in production of gasoline had a strategic importance for the country and described it as a “necessary move”. Other products of the project after completion would include gas oil (14 mt/d), liquefied petroleum gas (4 mt/d), jet fuel (3 mt/d) and sulphur (130 tons per day). The feedstock for the Persian Gulf Condensate Refinery360,000 barrels per day of condensate – would be provided through a pipeline directly from Iran’s natural gas zone of South Pars. The construction of the refinery – which is Iran’s first of its kind – started in 2006 but its completion was delayed in what officials say has been a result of sanctions against Iran.
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Nevertheless, Iran cannot wait for investors indefinitely,” he emphasized. Last November, Total signed a basic agreement, worth $4.8 billion to develop South Pars Phase 11 in cooperation with China’s CNPC and Iran’s Petropars. The deal made the French major the first Western company to seal a giant economic deal with the Islamic Republic after the lifting of the sanctions. Phase 11 aims to produce 1.8 billion cubic feet a day of gas among other products. Total has already announced that it would have to wait to see if the US would renew sanctions waivers against Iran in June before proceeding with a final investment decision over the project in South Pars. In early 2000, the company was negotiating with Iran over production of LNG from the same phase – a project that had been named as Pars LNG at the time. However, the plan was filed in 2011 after Total had to quit Iran as a result of international sanctions that banned investments in Iran’s energy projects.
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To me, it just shows what the EU is all about. I will always believe this. We don't need them. We will happily trade with the individual states or with the EU as a whole. They will want to sell their products. We need.
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I don't think we have time to delve into McDonald's! If they had a chance from a company like them and there are other companies that sell similar products, I would pay them to get my first job because it gets you into the market and you rise up. We don't have time to do with the.
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By Alex Pietrowski For years, the cell phone industry has fought litigation and has tried to prevent warning labels from being added to their products, and in a 2017 landmark case in an Italian court...
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The complex consists of two towers -One Horizon Centre and Two Horizon Centre - that have turned into Gurugram's new go-to food destination. It has everything from fancy gastronomic restaurants to microbreweries, from comfort food joints to ahatas (drinking places next to a wine or beer shop). According to DLF, the exclusivity of the venue comes from the fact that F&B tenants in the complex cannot open other outlets in Gurugram for periods ranging from three to nine years. DLF has, in fact, been actively involved with its tenant partners and is planning to curate special events focused on art, culture and food. "DLF has always raised the bar when it comes to F&B destinations and this is an improvement on our earlier products. We have partnered with 14 brands, keeping in mind the high net worth individuals who live and work nearby," says Pushpa Bector, head of premium malls at DLF Utilities.
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There is also the fact that historically, a lot of tobacco control in place in India today has been the result of public interest litigation. The first directive against smoking in public places was the result of a PIL filed in Kerala by a daily commuter against smoking in trains. After some years, former Union minister Murli Deora filed a similar petition in the Supreme Court, resulting in more directives, before COTPA (Cigarettes and Other Tobacco Products Act) was passed in 2004. Similarly, the ban on gutka had its genesis in a PIL filed by an environmental NGO against the litter caused by the plastic packaging. Abroad, the adoption of plain packaging for cigarettes in Australia was the result of a court verdict. “This is a good start. It will also lead to more public debate against tobacco and appeal to other allies,” says Bhojani. The arguments for and against the investment will now play out in court, with the next hearing likely to be held in the next two months.
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IRNA The Iraqi trade attaché in Iran Shaker Rawan Al-Daami said that Iran is the third provider of Iraq's required commodities. Al-Daami made the remarks on the sidelines of a press conference with the attendance of members of Iraqi mission in Iran and a visiting Iraqi delegation in North Khorasan province. He said that China and Turkey stand on the first and second places in economic cooperation with and exports to Iraq. Al-Daami underscored developing relations between Iran and Iraq, noting that the cooperation between Iraq and Iranian provinces has resulted in good agreements between the two sides. He also pointed to launching Iranian banks in Iraq, saying that baking transactions have been facilitated by opening of branches of a number of the Iranian banks in Iraq. Al-Daami went on to say that Iraq will support Iranian merchants and it will pave the way for foreign investment in Iraq.
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and nine suspected cases of the illness could have been contracted through the JB Christie bakery. The owners have contacted outlets selling their products to withdraw them from sale. All patients are said to be responsing well to treatment
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Then Black Friday happened, and all of a sudden many of us were browsing the bargains for the presents to put in Santas sack. Money spent on deeply discounted products in November is money that wont be spent on more profitable products in December. According to research by Verdict Retail, there is no evidence that Black Friday stimulated demand: Black Friday is essentially a black hole that sucks in a big part of peoples pre-Christmas shopping. We buy more but pay less for it. According to Mike Watkins of Nielsen UK, Whilst Nielsen analysis shows that Black Friday in November 2014 did not deliver incremental food sales it did serve to kick start what was the slowest start to Christmas trading in over 10 years. Perhaps thats the primary objective in these changing times. Gary Booker, CMO at Dixons Retail, told Marketing Week that Black Friday negatively affects purchases in the following weeks: It takes sales out of what would have been key early weeks in December, he said, and multiple reports show that since Black Friday has taken off in the UK were spending less money on Boxing Day, our previous favourite for bargain hunting.