Russia and Iran have obtained voter info: US officials
Intelligence director and FBI director say the US will impose costs on any foreign countries interfering in the 2020 US election.
Trump to use UN address to send strong message to China
US has slammed the Chinese Communist Party over COVID-19, election meddling, espionage.
Iran scientist acquitted in US trade secrets case deported
Accused of stealing research from a project for the US Navy Office of Naval Research to create and produce anti-corrosive stainless steel.
Canada boosts border screening for travellers from Iran due to COVID 19
Updated travel advisory urges Canadians to avoid all non-essential travel to Iran.
Deadly crash of a Boeing jet in Iran adds to company’s woes
Aerospace giant continues to struggle with crisis surrounding the Max, grounded last March after two crashes that killed 346 people.
UN reports increasing violations of Iran nuclear deal
Iran maintains its nuclear program is for peaceful purposes.
Oil price drops for 2nd day as Saudi crude output recovers
Attack on Saudi Aramco’s processing facility in Abqaiq pushed crude prices up more than 14% Monday.
Trudeau one-on-one with Macron as G7 wraps up Biarritz
Discussed saving 2015 Tehran nuclear accord and climate issues ahead of a larger summit session.
In Japan, Trump begins talks on trade, Iran, North Korea
The summit will be a test of both Trump’s go-it-alone style.
China pressures US, Canada ahead of Huawei hearing
Arrest could fuel US-China trade tensions as the two sides seek resolution to trade and technology issues.
BC trade trip to China cancelled over Meng detention
Chinese government warns Canada of “grave consequences” if she is not released.
Abu Dhabi summit: Oil production cuts may be necessary
Trump’s sanctions on Iran are affecting the market.
Canadian man sentenced to US prison for conspiring to send tech to Iran
Found to have used front companies in China and a group of co-conspirators to export restricted US technology.
Europe isn’t US ‘vassal,’ should trade with Iran: France
Governments scramble to save billions of dollars in trade after US re-imposes sanctions.
Sanctions on Iran could cost US, European companies billions
Aircraft makers, oil companies and auto manufacturers will be hurt the most.
Macron resists Trump’s ‘America first’ in speech to Congress
Division between himself and Trump on climate change, trade and the Iran nuclear deal.
Bombardier sending officials to Nepal to help with plane crash investigation
An air safety senior investigator will act as an adviser and a field service representative will support the airline.
Bombardier won’t confirm pending order in Iran 10 CRJ900 regional jets
Iran English daily publication says the aircraft manufacturer has reached a preliminary agreement.
Aircraft maker ATR signs $536M, 20 aircraft deal with Iran
The country of 80 million people is one of the last untapped aviation markets in the world.
Canadian charged in US over alleged export and money laundering scheme
Ghobad Ghasempour has been charged with conspiring to send equipment used to test missile systems to Iran.
Boeing signs new $3B deal with Iranian airline Aseman
Includes purchase rights for an additional 30 737 MAX aircraft.
Global Metallurgy CEO pleads guilty to illegal Iran exports
Conspired to export a powder containing cobalt and nickel without a license.
SNC Lavalin eyes growth in Middle East, but not Iran
Calls it a longer play, short on opportunities over the next two to three years.
Metals firm owner accused of illegally sending Iran powder
Cobalt-nickel powder is in aerospace and missile building.
Iran’s $100B in assets ‘fully released’ under nuclear deal
Funds piled up in China, India, Japan, South Korea and Turkey since sanctions were tightened in 2012.
Daimler’s truck business returning to Iran as sanctions lift
Deal arranges a “comprehensive re-entry” into the country where the transportation company started doing business in the 1950s.
Expansion of crude export markets a must, resources minister says
Greg Rickford tells Halifax conference market access is not a priority, it’s an imperative.
Schlumberger Ltd. fined $232M for trade sanction violations
Charges resolve a yearslong investigation into allegations the company illegally conducted business with Sudan and Iran.
Manufacturing is on an upswing
Manufacturing was on an upswing in December as Canadian small businesses gained confidence and manufacturers saw production and new orders rise.