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  • Doing business in Iran

    CNBC's Michelle Caruso-Cabrera reports from Iran about the realities of doing business in the country after the lifting of the nuclear sanctions.

  • Iran eager to prove 1M+ oil barrell exports

    Iran is already exporting over one million barrels per day, and expects to get to four million per day by June, reports CNBC's Michelle Caruso-Cabrera.

  • Rare look inside one of world's most isolated economies

    CNBC's Michelle Caruso-Cabrera reports from Kharg Island in Iran, where an oil facility is exporting a million barrels per day and needs more foreign investment to expand further production.

  • Iran attempts oil comeback

    CNBC's Michelle Caruso-Cabrera provides a rare behind the scenes look at Iran's attempts to ramp up oil production and exports after sanctions were lifted in January.

  • Ayatollah Ali Khamenei told hundreds of workers that a global deal, signed between Iran and world powers, had lifted financial sanctions, but U.S. obstruction was stopping Iran getting the full economic fruits of the agreement. "On paper the United States allows foreign banks to deal with Iran, but in practice they create Iranophobia so no one does business with...

  • Iran's struggle to regain business footing

    CNBC's Michelle Caruso-Cabrera provides a rare behind the scenes look at Iran's attempts to ramp up business since sanctions were lifted.

  • CARACAS, April 26- Venezuela has proposed that non- OPEC oil producers attend the group's June meeting in Vienna to continue "dialog and coordination," according to a letter from the South American country's oil minister to the Qatari energy minister, who is also the current OPEC president. A deal to freeze oil output by OPEC and non- OPEC producers fell apart in Doha...

  • *Russia, Iran work together in Syria conflict. *Iran's Khamenei close to Russia, Rouhani less so. Tehran had cause to celebrate: the Kremlin's decision a year ago to press ahead with the stalled sale of the S-300 system was the first clear evidence of a growing partnership between Russia and Iran that has since turned the tide in Syria's civil war and is testing U.S....

  • With crude producers unable to increase output much, oil has likely bottomed, Helima Croft says.

  • Iran and Saudi Arabia's continuing competition

    Ewen Cameron Watt, senior director at Blackrock, talks about the competition between Iran and Saudi Arabia and which is more open to expat workers.

  • Montreal, April 24- Reports that Bombardier Inc is involved in launching an airline in Iran are inaccurate, the Canadian planemaker said on Sunday, although it confirmed it was in talks for sales as its executive chairman visited the country to drum up business. Bombardier Executive Chairman Pierre Beaudoin led a delegation of company aviation and rail...

  • Iranian Oil Minister Bijan Zanganeh.

    Iran's oil minister said on Saturday that last week's Doha meeting to freeze oil production, despite its failure, was a positive step.

  • DUBAI, April 23- Iran's oil minister said on Saturday that last week's Doha meeting to freeze oil production, despite its failure, was a positive step and Iran would support any plan to stabilise the market. "Doha meeting was not fruitful but we see it as a positive step as it initiated negotiations between OPEC and non- OPEC member countries and showed to the main oil...

  • NEW YORK, April 22- The United States is not opposed to foreign banks doing business with Iran in line with the terms of last year's historic nuclear deal between Tehran and world powers, U.S. "The United States is not standing in the way, and will not stand in the way, of business that is permitted in Iran since the took effect," Kerry told reporters before meeting with...

  • Saudis waiting for next US president: Expert

    Bernard Haykel, Princeton University, discusses President Obama's trip to the Middle East where he attempted to mend fences with Saudi Arabia.

  • Executive Edge: Global hot spots

    CNBC's Michelle Caruso-Cabrera talks about her first impressions on her trip to Iran. This country is very eager for foreign investments now that sanctions have been lifted, she says.

  • *Cites Libya, Syria, Russia, Brazil and risk of Brexit. DUESSELDORF, Germany, April 22- Germany's mechanical engineers would be happy with flat sales this year as political and economic uncertainty from Britain and Russia to North Africa and Brazil delays investment decisions, the president of the VDMA industry association told Reuters. Festge said turmoil in...

  • ABUJA, April 21- Nigeria will hold talks with Saudi Arabia, Iran and other oil producers by May, hoping to reach a deal on an output freeze at the next OPEC meeting in June, the West African country's oil minister told Reuters. A deal to stabilise oil output by OPEC and non- OPEC producers fell apart on Sunday after Saudi Arabia demanded that Iran join in despite calls on...

  • Tension in the air for Obama's Saudi trip

    As President Obama travels in the Middle East, Stephen Schork, The Schork Report editor, talks about how geopolitics and differences in theology in the region are affecting the oil market.

  • CNBC update: SCOTUS rules against Iran

    Criminal charges have been filed in the Flint water crisis; The SCOTUS ruled that nearly $2 billion in frozen Iranian assets must be turned over to American families killed in the 1983 bombing; and Treasury Sec. Jack Lew will put Harriet Tubman on the $20 bill, reports CNBC's Sue Herera.