EghtesadOnline: The production of apple in Iran is estimated to reach 4.12 million tons during the current Iranian year (March 2020-21), marking a 3% increase compared with the previous year, according to an official with the Agriculture Ministry.
EghtesadOnline: A total of 750,000 tons of apples were exported from Iran in the last Iranian year (March 2019-20), more than 504,000 tons (67.2%) of which were produced in West Azarbaijan Province.
EghtesadOnline: Every day 3,000 tons of apples are exported from West Azarbaijan Province, according to the head of the provincial Agricultural Jihad Organization.
EghtesadOnline: As per the new regulation ratified by the government, bananas, mangos and pineapples could be imported into Iran, provided apples are exported in return.
EghtesadOnline: Iran's apple production is expected to reach 4-4.5 million tons by the end of the current Iranian year (March 19, 2020), in view of the abundant rainfall experienced at the beginning of this year, the head of National Union of Agricultural Products said.
EghtesadOnline: Apple Inc. crackdown on misuse of its enterprise developer certificates has taken a toll on Iranian startups offering services through iOS apps.
EghtesadOnline: Apple is on the verge of becoming the first $1 trillion publicly listed U.S. company, but even if it gets there, it could soon be overtaken as Amazon.com surges from behind.
EghtesadOnline: U.S. stocks opened lower on a day when much attention will be focused on Apple Inc.’s earnings report after the close. The dollar extended its rally, while U.K. equities climbed during a lackluster session in which many major markets were closed.
EghtesadOnline: The iPhone “super cycle” -- a wave of upgrades and new customers that was supposed to wash over Apple Inc. this year with the introduction of its model X -- was pronounced dead on arrival.
EghtesadOnline: Apple Inc. forecast lower-than-expected revenue for the current quarter and reported iPhone sales from the crucial holiday period that missed analysts’ forecasts, suggesting waning demand for its most-important product.