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 President Hassan Rouhani  issued directives for implementation of the Law of Campaign against Financing Terrorism and six laws on other issues.

The 1973 International Convention for the Prevention of Pollution from Ships (MARPOL 73/78), approved in 2001 and the following amendments as well as the law on two parts of the 12 parts of the budget for this year were among other directives the president issued.
According to the directive, the executive organs are required to implement the laws.
President Rouhani also submitted to Majlis the bill of agreement for economic cooperation between Iran and the Czech Republic. The bill had been approved by the cabinet on the proposal of the Ministry of Economy and Finance.

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The 2016 conference of NUMOV, the German Near and Middle East Association, with a focus on Iran, will be held in Berlin on April 5, announced Iran Chamber of Commerce Industries and Mines.

The conference will provide Germany with an opportunity to meet with Iran’s economic representatives and its private sector and obtain first-hand information about trade and cooperation between the two countries.

Following the implementation of Iran’s nuclear deal dubbed Joint Comprehensive Plan of Action (JCPOA) in January, the primary sanctions against Iran were lifted and a wide spectrum of new trade opportunities were opened for the country.

In reference to the significance of this year’s conference, NUMOV wrote, “the ‘Made in Germany’ brand is highly popular in Iran and the Islamic Republic possesses one of the largest markets in Near and Middle East and at the moment, has high demands in all areas.”

Back in January, a delegation of high ranking board members of NUMOV from a wide range of sectors visited Iran for talks on expansion of economic cooperation. The delegation was organized by NUMOV and headed by Gerhard Schröder, the Former Chancellor of the Federal Republic of Germany and Honorary Chairman of NUMOV, at the invitation of Mohammad Reza Nematzadeh, Minister of Industry, Mines and Trade.

Iran-Germany Joint Economic Commission is scheduled for May 2-4, after a 14-year gap. The meeting will be attended by Sigmar Gabriel, Germany’s vice chancellor and minister of economic affairs and energy, and Ali Tayyebnia, Iran’s minister of economic affairs and finance, as well as major German companies.

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Minister of Communications and Information Technology Mahmoud Vaezi highlighted the ministry's plans for the new Iranian year (started March 20).  
Speaking in a meeting with the members of information technology and communications guilds, Vaezi said the mobile number portability project will be launched by June 20, Mehr News Agency reported.
"The project will allow users to switch between operators without having to change their numbers and is aimed at improving the quality of services and increasing customer satisfaction," he said.
The minister noted that the project is expected to promote competition among Iran's three major mobile operators, while improving the quality and reduce the cost of mobile services.
Iran's three major operators are Hamrah-e-Aval or MCI, MTN-Irancell and RighTel. The fourth operator Taliya was not included in the announcement.   
The minister said that over the past few months, the number of users of mobile Internet has risen considerably.
"In the new Iranian year, the ministry plans to expand 3G and 4G Internet to all cities and towns across the country," he said.
According to Vaezi, it was announced that during the New Year holidays, mobile Internet traffic had reached 700 terabytes per second: a sixfold increase compared with the same period of the previous year when the figure was reportedly 120 terabytes per second.
The minister noted that he aims to lend further support to app and content developers while increasing bandwidth for local Internet users.  
"A comprehensive e-government project and a national data network will be launched this year,
 he said.
Vaezi added that to boost the sale of domestic products in the realm of telecoms, the ministry has also placed special focus on research and development projects.
The goal is to meet the needs of the telecoms sector using local potential. Iranian researchers should be able to execute a project right from the time an idea forms to fruition with the support of the government.
In line with Resistance Economy—a set of guidelines put forth by the Leader of the Islamic Revolution Ayatollah Seyyed Ali Khamenei to boost domestic production and reduce reliance on oil revenues—the ministry also plans to further support the private sector. To these ends, the ministry set up a specialized committee dedicated to these issues last year.
Iran's telecommunications industry is likely to face further shakeups in terms of funding and ownership, including the possible sale of locally owned operators to new buyers.
Last summer, it was rumored that France's Orange was interested in buying a controlling stake in MCI, however further information regarding this deal has been limited.

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