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Iranian exports weaken as other countries move forward

August 6, 2012

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Sanctions imposed on Iran have played in the favor of major producers such as Saudi Arabia, Russia and Venezuela which now export about 21 percent more crude to Asia’s biggest buyers compared to a year ago. Iran’s exports to China, Japan, South Korea and India have fallen by a third in the first six months […]

“With Iran sidelined, if Russia doesn’t sell oil to EU, prices can increase by 10-15 percent”

April 6, 2012

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With Iran bounded by sanctions, if Russia does not sell its oil to Europe, the world oil prices can jump up by 10-15 percent, EU economic advisor Mehrdad Emadi said, commenting on the reasons of gasoline price increase in Europe. Emadi added that situation in Iran promises to be even worse.

Russian experts: Iran does have nuclear weapon, expect the worst

February 29, 2012

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Weekly “Military-Industrial Courier” publishes a number of statements made at the “round table” of the Club World Economics and International Affairs, Department of World Economy and International Affairs HSE and the Council on Foreign and Defense Policy. This particular topic was “Possible new war in the Persian Gulf”. Russian experts expressed various of their own […]

Wikileaks says Russia gave Israel codes for breaking down Iran’s air defense systems

February 29, 2012

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I, personally, do not believe this is true, sounds too unrealistic. According to the Interfax information, referring to Israeli resources, Israel handed Russian codes of the unmanned aircrafts transferred to Georgia, in exchange for codes to break down Iran’s air defense systems. References lead to the documents published by Wikileaks.

Security expert: Friendly countries can help Iran to create a cyber army

February 27, 2012

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Iran is unlikely to look for Western support in establishing its own cyber army, founder of WAF Enterprises, former Director of Emerging Security Technologies at IBM mobile, Amrit Williams said.