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European companies flocking into Tehran widen divide with Trump

Iran made progress this week in preserving its new-found place in the global economy.

Message of Cooperation Conveyed to Paris

The French president is eager to help forge closer economic ties with Tehran and play a more active role in efforts to settle conflicts in the Middle East

What to Know About Doing Business in Iran By Matthew Spivack

Foreign companies, foreign governments, and Iranians expected to see improvements to Iran’s investment climate after implementing a nuclear deal and sanctions relief in the country. But peruse some of the recent headlines about Iran, and you might wo

BP creates executive committee to develop business in Iran

BP has created a new executive committee to explore business in Iran which will exclude its American chief executive Bob Dudley in a bid to avoid potential violations of U.S. sanctions still in place.

Balancing Opportunities with Practical Business Risks

The removal of many international sanctions on Iran in early 2016 looks certain to boost the country’s economic prospects.

Denmark's Maersk to resume Iran operations

Danish international marine transportation company Maersk will resume transportation of goods to Iran.

Tayyebnia confers with counterparts on banking ties

Iran's Economy Minister Tayyebnia met counterparts from Turkey, Italy and India on the sidelines of World Bank-IMF Annual Meetings 2016 in Washington DC.

Japan to contribute to Chabahar investment

A senior regional coordinator at Japan's Foreign Ministry said his country has suggested partnering India to invest and develop Chabahar Port of Iran.

Iran, Bulgaria ink economic agreements

Iran and Bulgaria on Monday signed three memoranda of understanding (MoUs) to further promote bilateral relations in various fields, including agriculture, transport and nuclear energy.

Iran safe for foreign investments

Iranian Foreign Minister Mohammad-Javad Zarif said Sunday that the world needs to face the fact that Iran is the most secure and lucrative market for investments, semi-official Mehr news agency reported.

Who will win over the Iranians?

The battle for investment opportunities has just begun as the Middle East superpower opens itself to the world

New German delegation due in Tehran

Germany announced on Thursday that a delegation from its northwestern state of Lower Saxony will arrive in Tehran on Friday to hold talks with Iran’s state officials on issues of mutual interest

Prince Charles wants to visit Iran: Paper

Britain’s Prince Charles plans to visit Iran for the first official royal trip in more than 40 years, The Sunday Times reports

Russia plans ‘green corridors’ for Iran

Russia says it is establishing “green corridors” on its Caspian coasts to receive agricultural products from Iran

Iran, France to sign 20 deals, including Airbus purchase, within hours

French oil major Total said it would sign a deal to buy crude oil from Iran, according to AFP

Austrian president, in Tehran, expects growing trade with Iran

TEHRAN (Reuters) - Austrian President Heinz Fischer, the first Western head of state to visit Iran in more than a decade, told his hosts on Tuesday of his hopes for economic gains for both countries as relations with Tehran thaw

Iran Is Back in Business

ostracized as a pariah for almost four decades, Iran is back in business in a mere ten days—and with both East and West

Italy to Offer Financing for Investment in Iran

Italian government is working to help companies get closer to investors and prospective clients in Iran

Iran emerges from the shadows with huge untapped potential

Officials plan to increase oil production immediately by about 500,000 barrels per day. After that, the next priority is getting access to up to $150 billion of frozen assets to help rebuild an economy that analysts say has the potential to be the "G

Australia mulls mining investment in Iran, to open economic agency in Tehran

Australia will soon send a delegation of senior company officials from the mining, trade, and industry sector to Iran. To be led by the Minister for trade and investment, the visit may take place in May 2016

Hormozgan

In 1497 European colonialists landed in the region for the first time, headed by Vasco da Gama. In 1508 the Portuguese, led by Afonso de Albuquerque invaded the area with seven warships, under the pretext of protecting their interests from Egypt an

Trophy of management and reputation of european union awarded to dr hossein naseri

Trophy of management and reputation of european union awarded to dr hossein naseri (mr advertising) establisher and ceo of samin advertising group

Frankfurt hosting Iran-Europe Trade Meeting

A two-day conference on investment in Iran titled 'Iran-Europe Trade Meeting' started in Frankfurt, Germany to investigate investment prospects in Iran in the post-sanctions era.

Oman’s path to Iran

Through economic ties and a careful, long-standing diplomatic posture, Oman has become a key player in the Middle East.

Germany to support investing in Iran

Foreign companies have lined up to take advantage of cooperation with Iran after the removal of international sanctions imposed on the country over its nuclear energy program.

Exclusive France's Sephora to open shops in Iran next year

France's Sephora plans to open several shops in Iran starting next year, becoming one of the first major European specialist cosmetics retailers to directly invest in the country as it emerges from years of economic sanctions

Bernie Sanders open to working with Russia, Iran to combat ISIS

Indianola, Iowa (CNN)Bernie Sanders said Sunday in Iowa that he would support working with Russia and Iran to combat the ISIS, taking a slightly more hawkish stance than he did earlier in his campaign.

This Week In Energy: How Iran Plans To Attract $100 Billion In Oil Investment

There was little movement on oil prices this week – a few down days and a few up days. WTI closed out the week trading in the mid-$40s, with Brent at $48 per barrel.

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Doing Business in Iran, Opportunities and Challenges 2

Dr Siamak Goudarzi, CEO of Open Iran Group, one of Iran’s most professional international business consultancy firms, and Anita Papp, the firm`s International Development Manager write about the industry’s journey

Iran Could Become Major Supplier of Natural Gas to EU

By GABRIELE STEINHAUSER and LAURENCE NORMAN BRUSSELS—Iran could become a major supplier of natural gas to the European Union by the end of the next decade, according to new estimates from the bloc’s executive following the nuclear deal reached with

JAPAN MIMICS EUROPEAN RUSH TO INVEST IN IRAN

By INU staff INU - In recent weeks, much emphasis has been given to the fact that European governments and businesses, including close trading partners with the US, have been pushing for early investment in the Islamic Republic of Iran now that it

Austrian firms sign partnership deals in Iran during state visit

Austrian companies signed a series of deals with Iranian partners on Tuesday, becoming the first Western firms to put down concrete stakes in the Islamic Republic since it reached a landmark nuclear deal with big powers in July. Austrian businesses i

Austrian president says seeks to build bridges in Iran Read more: http://www.businessinsider.com/r-austrian-president-says-seeks-to-build-bridges-in

VIENNA (Reuters) - Austrian President Heinz Fischer said he hoped to build bridges with Iran but would not skirt human rights issues as he set off for Tehran on Monday, the first Western head of state to visit the Islamic Republic in more than a deca

Iran is a large and resource-rich economy: Philip Hammond ‘Iran has a proud history and culture, and a highly educated population’

Iran is a large, well-educated and resource-rich economy, with a young population eager for re-engagement with the world, British Foreign Secretary Philip Hammond said in an article published on the August 27.

European companies beat US to Iran business after nuclear deal reached

US firms await outcome of Congress deliberations over Iran agreement, leaving them at the back of the queue for a market due to reopen after years of sanctions

Brits Eye Investment Opportunities at Iran Embassy Reopening

The improving relations between the West and Iran reached another milestone over the weekend with the UK re-opening its embassy in Tehran. However it appears Foreign Minister Philip Hammond’s diplomatic trip also doubled up as a pitch for British bus

Iran and Pakistan: Back to Business

In the wake of the nuclear deal, the two countries get ready to do business.

The biggest myths about doing business with Iran

I've led three delegations of top international CEOs to Iran over the past three years. The first, in 2013, was during Ahmadinejad's presidency and later, in 2014 and 2015, under Rouhani.

Italy to invest $2bn in Iran projects as Tehran gets back to business

Italy and Iran have signed a deal which could see investment in Iranian projects worth $2 billion. The agreement aims at reviving trade and economic ties between the countries after Western sanctions against Tehran are removed.

Iran: The oil and gas multibillion-dollar ‘candy store’

Lifting sanctions should open the way for major oil groups to return to the country, but negotiations will be tough

Iran Is About to Open for Busines

The Iran nuclear agreement may unleash the country’s mercantile instincts, which are undimmed by the regime’s dark realities

Western Companies Hope For a Bonanza in Iran

If you just looked at the numbers, the deal revealed last week by the aerospace and defense giant Boeing seemed insignificant: $120,000, for some data, aircraft manuals and navigation charts. But symbolically, the sale to Iran Air, revealed on Oct. 2

Iranian investment scene 'improving' as relations thaw

International investors looking to exploit opportunities in Iran have been meeting for the first time in concert since the country's 1979 revolution. Hundreds of people gathered at The 1st Europe-Iran Forum in London to hear from the likes of form

Iran Lures Investors Seeing Nuclear Deal Ending Sanctions

Hotel with his Farsi translator, sipping coffee with potential Iranian partners while discussing the price of soy fiber. No sooner do they vacate their armchairs than another group of besuited businessmen takes their place, this time conversing in It

U.S. investors begin to imagine a return to Iran

“The current misperceptions and misunderstandings in America regarding Iran as a country, as a society and as a market could be the biggest obstacles” to attracting U.S. investments, said Ramin Rabii, managing director of Turquoise Partners, a Tehran

Sanctions Eased, Iran Gets Feelers From Old Trading Partners

“Most companies want to scope out the landscape,” said Rouzbeh Pirouz, the chairman of a Tehran-based investment firm, Turquoise Partners. “But I don’t think many of them will actually sign contracts and start putting money into this place very quick

Anzali Free Zone

Anzali Free Trade-Industrial Zone is a wide area of Bandar Anazli about 3200 hectares and about 8 kilometers of sea border and up to 2 kilometers into the sea, which included industrial ,trade and commercial ,tourism and services sections. Anzali Fr

Aras Free Zone

Jolfa district is located in the north-west of Eastern-Azerbaijan province, between 45º and 17´ till 46º and 31´ in eastern longitude and between 38º and 39´ till 39º and 2´ in northern latitude. It shapes a narrow strip on the northern border of the

Kish free zone

Kish Island has a surface area of 90 square kilometers, with an outer boundary of 40kms, and a nearly elliptical shape. It is located in the Persian Gulf 19kms from mainland Iran.

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