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TCCIM Discusses Interest Rates, Double-Digit Inflation

A roundtable meeting was held at Tehran Chamber of Commerce, Industries, Mines and..

Market expansion Iran’s top priority in post-sanctions economy

Addressing a ceremony on the occasion of Iran’s Industry and Mine National Day on Saturday, Iranian First Vice President Es’haq Jahangiri referred to market expansion as administration’s top economic priority in post sanctions era, IRNA reported.

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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

Germany’s Hermes Offers to Cover Iran Energy Projects

German Economy and Energy Minister Brigitte ...

Iran’s annual GDP growth at 12.5%: CBI

Iran's growth of gross domestic product (GDP), including oil sector, hit 12.5 percent in the previous Iranian calendar year 1395 (ended on March 20, 2017), the Central Bank of Iran (CBI) reported.

Upbeat Prospects for Iran-Australia Ties

Recent improvements in the Iranian banking system such as the adoption of Financial Action Task...

TCCIMA to dispatch trade delegation to Kazakhstan in late June

Tehran Chamber of Commerce, Industries, Mines and Agriculture (TCCIMA) will dispatch a trade, marketing, and investment delegation to Kazakhstan from June 27 to July 1, the official website of TCCIMA announced.

Swedish Firm Invests in Iran Accessibility Products

A Swedish firm, MentMed AB, has signed a memorandum of understanding with Iranian medical firm ...

Spanish Tourists to Iran Double

The number of Spanish tourists in Iran reached 9,761 in the last Iranian year...

Are they lucky enough to win Iran oil deals?

After the implementation of Iran’s landmark nuclear deal, known as the Joint Comprehensive Plan of Action (JCPOA), in January 2016, the Iranian oil industry has witnessed a flock of foreign companies willing to participate in different projects.

OPEC meeting: another winning chance for Iran

As one of the key players in the world’s political and economic turnovers, oil market has been witnessing lots of ups and downs in recent years.

Annual exports of fisheries, fish products hit $900m

More than $900 million of fisheries and fish products was exported from Iran during the past Iranian calendar year (which ended on March 20), according to Hassan Salehi, the head of Iran’s Fisheries Organization.

Europeans see huge potential in Iran’s energy market

European exhibitors participating in the 22nd International Oil, Gas, Refining and Petrochemical Exhibition of Iran (Iran Oil Show 2017) believe that there is huge potential for business in Iran’s oil, gas and petrochemical sectors.

Asia’s March imports of Iranian oil rises 27% yr/yr

Iran’s four main Asian oil buyers imported nearly 27 percent more oil from the country in March 2017 compared to March 2016 as Iran took advantage of its exemption from a production cut agreed by OPEC and some other major producers.

Over 200 foreign companies to attend Project Iran 2017 expo

Over 200 companies will attend the 3rd International Trade Exhibition for Construction Materials, Equipment and Technology of Iran (Project Iran 2017) which will be held at the Tehran Permanent International Fairgrounds from April 24 to 27.

Iran, Russia ink MOU on fishery co-op

Iran and Russia signed a memorandum of understanding on cooperation in the fishery sector, IRIB reported on Tuesday.

IPF to bring world of petrochemicals together

The 13th edition of Iran Petrochemical Forum (IPF) will play host to 101 participants, representing 74 foreign companies from 18 countries.

Foreign investment in Iran’s capital market surged under Rouhani

Foreign investment in the Iranian capital market has witnessed a sharp rise since President Hassan Rouhani took office in August 2013, IRNA quoted Finance and Economic Affairs Minister Ali Tayyebnia as saying.

Mercantile exchange picks up 73% in a year

More than 33 million tons of commodities, at the value of 817 trillion rials (about $21.8 billion) were traded on the physical market at Iran Mercantile Exchange (IME) during the past Iranian calendar year 1395 (ended on March 20, 2017), showing 73

By: Rebecca Meijlink* Iran means business

A team at International Research Networks (IRN) organised an excellent Iran Business Symposium on Feb. 21+23, 2017, at the Renaissance Hotel in Amsterdam. It was attended by Switzerland, Germany, Turkey, Italy, and many other EU countries and beyond.

Sinosure goes big on Iranian refinery

Chinese export credit agency Sinosure has opened a $1.3 billion line of credit for the upgrade of an Iranian oil refinery.

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

German firm keen to enter Iranian insurance industry

A senior official from Germany's Ergo International Insurance Company voiced his company's interest in entering the Iranian insurance industry.

Business Research Services

We provide clients with business consulting services to ensure their success in the Iranian market. Providing the right legal and business advice based on reliable research is a key.

Communication improvement needed for business boom in Iran. By Dr Siamak Goudarzi

Foreign investors coming to Iran face many challenges in a country that has been closed to international businesses for many years due to sanctions, says Siamak Goudarzi, founder of Open Iran Group, which helps foreign companies end up with successfu

Open Iran Group/Afarin Law Firm , Services

Open Iran Group/Afarila Law Firm, The Firm, is formed to cater for the needs of international companies and their local counterparts.

A Review of Iran’ s Employment Law

Iran as a developing country has an employee friendly labor employment law that sets extremely difficulties in lay off the staffs.

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.

Austria to open banks in Iran to help trade

Austria plans to establish several banks in Iran in what could make it the first European country to take the initiative to facilitate post-sanctions trade activities with the Islamic Republic.

China to invest $400m in Iranian petchem project

A Chinese company is to invest $400 million in a petrochemical catalyst production project, said vice president of Iran-China Joint Chamber of Commerce.

Danish industry well placed to prosper in Iran

Danish exports to Iran jumped 66 percent in the 17 months ending May 31, 2016, according to Danny Annan, the Danish ambassador to Iran.

Maku Free Zone development projects progressing

Managing director of Maku Free Zone Organization said 76 percent of the development budget for the fiscal year from mid-March has been allocated for projects.

Forum guides foreign firms into Iran’s ‘tricky’ market

A forum has gathered international businesses as well as consultation and law firms to introduce business opportunities in Iran’s new and developing market to foreign investors. Organized by International Finance and Open Iran, the two-day Focus I

OPEC head: Iran committed to building oil-market consensus

Iran is committed to building a consensus on stabilizing the oil market between OPEC and non-member countries, the group’s new Secretary-General Mohammed Barkindo said.

Russian banks ready to operate in Iran

Russian banks are ready to enter Iran's banking sector and help facilitate overseas transactions particularly now that Western financial institutions are dragging their feet on this even though sanctions against the country were lifted.

France's Orange in talks with Iran's MCI on potential cooperation

French telecoms operator Orange is in negotiations with Mobile Telecommunication Company of Iran (MCI), the country's largest mobile operator, "regarding a number of areas of potential cooperation and business topics", said a spokesman.

Asia's July Iran oil imports rise over 60%

Imports of Iranian oil by four major buyers in Asia in July jumped 61.1 percent from a year earlier, marking the biggest percentage gain since April 2014, reflecting Tehran's eye-caching moves to regain market share, lost under international sanction

Oman gears up to promote products in Iran market

The Sixth Omani Products Exhibition (OPEX) is scheduled to be held in Tehran, Iran from September 26 to 30 as the organizing committee of OPEX has begun its marketing campaign in the Iranian capital to promote the upcoming event.

South Koreans keen on investing in Iran's rail projects

An economic delegation from South Korea visited rail projects in Iran to study investment prospects in the sector, said the CEO of Iran's Construction and Development of Transportation Infrastructure Company (CDTIC).

Iran celebrates 50th year of gas industry

Iran has now been producing gas commercially for exactly 50 years, and output today has reached 255 billion cubic meters per year which is 70 percent of the country's primary energy demand.

Iran oil exports to Asia up 47.1% in June

The latest figures revealed that Iran’s exports of crude oil to four major buyers in Asia in June jumped 47.1 percent from a year ago to the highest level in more than four years, evidence Tehran's moves to recoup market share, lost under nuclear san

Tehran, Baku cooperate in oil industry maintenance

There are great opportunities for cooperation between Iran and Azerbaijan in oil industry maintenance that will be in the interest of both the countries if tapped, deputy oil minister in engineering affairs believes.

Iran leases five tankers to world oil firms

A National Iranian Tanker Company (NITC) official reported on signing of a contract to lease five Iranian tankers to foreign oil companies.

Iran, South Korea ink MoU on bourse cooperation

Iranian and South Korean stock exchanges signed a memorandum of understanding (MoU) on mutual cooperation.

Iran recommences petchem exports to Britain

TEHRAN - Iran resumed petrochemical exports to Britain sending a consignment to the country for the first time after lifting of the international sanctions, Mehr news agency reported on Sunday.

Foreign firms hugely invest in Iran’s oil, gas

Spectacular presence of the foreign companies in Iran’s international oil and gas exhibition shows the companies’ enthusiasm for strengthening post-sanctions relations with Iranian firms as several agreements have been signed during the event which k

Iranian automaker in talks with LG to make electric vehicles

Iran Khodro Co., an automaker in Tehran, is in talks with LG International Corp. to develop electric vehicles for the Iranian market. “Negotiations are underway,” said Iran Khodro Chief Executive Officer Hashem Yekke-Zare. The companies may clinch th

‘Smart money’ moving towards Iranian capital market: IFB CEO

To reach an average 8 percent economic growth during the next five-year period, according to decree of the Leader of Islamic Revolution Ayatollah Seyyed Ali Khamenei, and following withdrawal of the financial embargo in January, the Iranian administr

Doosan Heavy Industries lands $186m desalination deal in Iran

South Korea’s Doosan Heavy Industries & Construction Co. won a 220 billion won ($185.9 million) worth order from Iran-based Sazeh Sazan Co., to build a seawater reverse osmosis desalination (SWRO) plant in the Middle East country.

PSA signs JV deal with Iran Khodro

French carmaker PSA Peugeot Citroen says it has signed a final agreement with Iran Khodro to form a joint venture to produce vehicles in Iran.

IRAN SEA EXPO SUMMIT AND EXHIBITION 24th To 26th September 2016 Tehran -Iran

International Maritime exhibition and Summit of Islamic republic of Iran

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.

Iran to set up financial hub in south

Iran says it is preparing to launch a financial hub in its southern Qeshm Island – a plan which is expected to facilitate the country’s overseas financial transactions currently under strains as a result of the remaining US sanctions

Iran signs contracts with major European companies for crude sale

Iran has signed contracts with major European companies for the sale of crude oil, five months after the implementation of the last year’s nuclear agreement between Tehran and six global powers, a senior Iranian official says

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Legal Services Department

Open Iran offers legal services through its main partner Afarin Law Firm that is an international firm specialized in providing legal services to transnational companies

UK Trade Mission to Iran 24th to 28th September 2016

The Middle East Association (MEA) will be facilitating a Trade Mission to Iran, in conjunction with M-Power Enterprises. The Mission will last from the 24th to 28th September and will centre on the 11th Annual Iran Water & Wastewater Exhibition (Wate

Who will win over the Iranians?

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

International Conference «Heavy Iran 2016»

n the near future all sanctions against Iran may be lifted, and almost USD 150 billion on bank accounts will be released. The country is awaiting a real investment boom not only in oil and gas sector, but in all spheres of economy, including machine

Iran exports biological drugs technologies

An Iranian official says Iran is now exporting the technologies and expertise of many biological drugs to other countries.

Top Siemens official highlights Iran's huge economic potential

Iran has the potential to become a major economic power given its high reserves of natural resources and its highly skilled population, said a member of the managing board of German electronics giant Siemens in an interview with IRNA in Berlin.

Iran, Norway ink MoU on oil industry cooperation

Iran's Research Institute of Petroleum Industry and Norway's International Aker Solutions Company signed a memorandum of Understanding (MoU) to broaden cooperation in the oil industry.

Japan eyes development of Iranian port: Report

A new report says Japan seeks to play a part in the development of the southeastern Iranian port of Chabahar

Markazi Province hosts 30,000 foreign tourists

Markazi Province has always been a main destination for Iranian and foreign tourists in view of its numerous tourist attractions, including historical monuments. The city of Mahallat — famous for its large flower gardens — has augmented the province

India vows to invest $20bn in development of Iran’s Chabahar port

India says it is ready to invest $20 billion in the development of Iran’s southeastern Chabahar port – a move that would enable New Delhi to dodge Pakistan and establish a strategic connectivity to Afghanistan as well as the Central Asia

‘OMV ready to resume Iran oilfield work’

Austrian energy company OMV has announced its readiness to resume developing the Cheshmeh Khosh oilfield in western Iran, a report says

Iran to begin producing cars in Oman in 2017

A joint venture to manufacture cars in the Persian Gulf sultanate of Oman by Iran will begin in a year, an Iranian official has said

Russia plans ‘green corridors’ for Iran

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

Iran offers ample investment opportunities for Oman

Muscat: Iran offers ample investment opportunities for Omani entrepreneurs as the country is gearing up to execute several projects in a wide range of industries

KT&G expands business in Iran

KT&G is expanding its business in Iran as the Islamic country is requesting more investment from Korea’s largest tobacco firm, company officials said Wednesday

Japan Set to Resume Business With Iran

TOKYO—Japan signed an investment treaty with Iran on Friday, joining China and others in a scramble for business as sanctions on the Middle East’s second-largest economy are lifted

Swiss company loads Iranian oil for European consumers

Glencore PLC, the Switzerland-based mining and trading giant, has become the first Western company to load oil of energy-rich and sanctions-free Iran.

Developing Relations With Iran: Europe’s Large-Scale Strategy – Analysis

Italy and France were destinations for Iranian President Hassan Rouhani’s first official trips following the removal of sanctions that had been imposed on Iran over its peaceful nuclear program

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

Griffon Starts $108 Million Fund to Invest in Iranian Stocks

Griffon Capital, a Tehran-based firm set up by a group of international and Iranian investors including Xanyar Kamangar in anticipation of Iran’s nuclear deal, is seeking to raise 100 million euros ($108.2 million) by the end of the year for a new of

Iran seeks investment in capital markets

Iranian fund managers hope to give overseas investors more exposure to the country’s equities after the lifting of many international sanctions last week

Chinese car makers invest in Iran

One key part of the cooperation between China and Iran focuses on the car industry. For over ten years, Chinese car makers explore this market in Iran as the demand there continues to increase

Greece to restart crude oil purchases from Iran

Greece's biggest oil refiner Hellenic Petroleum agreed on Friday to buy crude oil from the National Iranian Oil Company (NIOC), the first European refiner to restart trade relations with Iran after the lifting of international sanctions, Reuters repo

Iran capitalises on sanctions removal with slew of deals with western businesses

Western businesses are jockeying for investment opportunities in Iran as the country regains access to the global financial system following the lifting of sanctions at the weekend

Companies rush to invest in Iran after deal

DUBAI — Iran ordered a sharp increase in oil output yesterday to take immediate advantage of the lifting of international sanctions, and some foreign firms raced to snap up deals as Tehran emerges from years of international isolation

Iran emerges as market of the future

After years of tough United Nations sanctions on Iran, on areas such as banking, steel, shipping and aviation, global companies are hoping to cash in on the expected trade boom. And it is not just about pumping more oil.

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

Rouhani sees financial windfall as Iran sanctions are lifted

President Hassan Rouhani said Iran's financial resources will "increase significantly" after its compliance with the terms of an accord to curb its nuclear program paved the way for the removal of crippling economic sanctions.

German Companies Could Invest 12 Billion Euros In Iran’s Petrochemical Sector

German companies have proposed a 12 billion euro worth of investment in Iran’s petrochemical projects, Abbas Sheri Moqaddam, Iran’s deputy oil minister said without unveiling further details

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

Removal of sanctions: a chance to invest in Iran Mercantile Exchange

Iran has entered the 2016 with the good news of the removal of banking sanctions on exporting petrochemical products - a gift to Iranian banking sector, petrochemical industry and its Capital Market in particular the Mercantile Exchange

Capabilities and Advantages of East Azarbaijan

Regarding to other actions for creating appropriate conditions, the awareness of the capabilities and opportunities in the province by the investment applicators is very important, for this purpose up to date information and publishing the capabiliti

capacities and capabilities of Zanjan province

Specific geographical location of the province from point of locating on energy corridor and easy access to main transferring lines of petroleum, gas and other petroleum products and also it`s access to the electric power transferring lines

OIBC

Becoming a member of Open Iran Business Club is the perfect way to enhance your access to this market. Members gain professional advice and services, have access to exclusive investment projects, have unique opportunities to network and meet like-min

Asian demand to fuel Iran's Siraf eight-refinery project

Asia is expected to be the destination for more than half of Iran's ambitious $2.8-billion Siraf Refinery project's value-added oil products when the venture starts up in 2018, said the refinery’s managing director, leaving little room for condensate

Iran targeting 330 bcm gas output annually by 2017

Iran is planning to boost its processed natural gas output to nearly 330 billion cubic meters (bcm) a year in the next two years, said head of National Iranian Gas Company (NIGC).

‘Iran growth to outperform MENA states

Iran’s economic growth will outperform most of the Middle East and North Africa (MENA) countries in 2016 when sanctions are lifted, a Washington-based finance industry body says.

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.

Shohini Sengupta: Buying Iran's bonds

India owes Iran between $6.5 and $8.8 billion for oil purchases. So, investing in Iran could go a long way towards strengthening India's energy security

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

Iran prepares to open up to foreign oil companies

It is customary in Iran to refuse an offer several times before agreeing to take it, whether it be an invitation to tea or a business deal. Foreign energy companies are gearing up to play the same game of manners during negotiations over the terms of

Iran: Economy to surge by 6% after sanctions are lifted, as IIF estimates bigger growth than China

The Iranian economy will surge by 6% when sanctions are lifted, the Institute of International Finance (IIF) has estimated. The growth means the country will outperform many other states in the region.

Traders hope Iran deal will avail Persian carpets

Dusting off the thousands of exquisite Persian carpets he has kept in storage for several years, Amir Hossein hopes that soon he will be able to ship at least some of them to the US.

This ex-Deutsche Bank tech expert quit his job to risk everything on Iran's coming economic boom

Iran's economy is set to get a once-in-a-generation boost when a deal to lift international sanctions gets finalized in a few months.

Iran's Man in New York Is Hunting for Billions of Dollars

Share on Facebook Share on Twitter Iran, by its own admission, needs $150 billion of investment annually for many years ahead to repair the damage from a decade of isolation. That’s a tall order for a country that, even when sanctions are finally l

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.

Microsoft preparing to invest in Iran

Officials in Tehran said on Wednesday that Microsoft as well as several other leading US tech enterprises are preparing to enter the Iranian market in the near future.

Iran Could Trigger A Resource War On Several Fronts Other Than Oil

As has already been discussed at length, once the economic sanctions imposed by the U.S. and the European Union on Iran begin to be lifted next year, there is going to be a surge in the already oversupplied global crude oil markets. The current world

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Expert says large Iranian-US population to help Iran-US mutual trade, economic co-op

Economic cooperation between the United States and Iran is not only necessary, but inevitable, John Feffer, who is director of Foreign Policy In Focus at the Institute for Policy Studies believes.

Five tips for doing business in Iran

Following the recent nuclear agreement, a significant number of EU and US-based companies have started reassessing their strategy towards Iran.

Investors tread carefully on ending of Iran sanctions

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"Iran will be the biggest country to enter the (global) financial system since the break-up of the Soviet Unio

Banner Icon INVESTMENT Iranian and European business leaders gathered in Geneva Thursday to explore the massive opportunities expected to open up when years of biting sanctions against Tehran end, although experts warned huge challenges remained.

Iran rushes to meet terms of nuclear deal to lift sanctions

President Hassan Rouhani keen to end sanctions, as European firms pursue lucrative contracts such as huge railway and airport expansion projects

Iran's Next Challenge: Courting Oil Investors

Iran is preparing to formally open up its economy to Western investment, a prospect that has drawn the attention of the world's biggest oil companies. But Tehran may have more difficulty reviving its oil and natural gas sector than it hopes. On Sept.

Iran Prepares For First International Marketing Conference

Over 500 marketers from Iran and the region are expected to attend Iran's first international marketing conference in November at the Shahid Beshehti University Hall in Tehran.

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

Doing Business in Iran, Opportunities and Challenges 1

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 and about how Open Iran Group shaped

Iranian, European firms hobnob with eye on post-sanction bliss

Geneva (AFP) - Iranian and European business leaders gathered in Geneva Thursday to explore the massive opportunities expected to open up when years of biting sanctions against Tehran end, although experts warned huge challenges remained.

Novo Nordisk to build €70m plant in Iran

Novo Nordisk is to become the first western pharmaceuticals company to build a manufacturing plant in Iran, in a sign of confidence in the country’s economy after its nuclear deal with the US and other world powers.

World’s biggest insulin maker invests in Iran

Denmark’s Novo Nordisk is investing 70 million euros in Iran for the production of a new generation of insulin drugs, officials from the two countries say.

UK trade delegation to visit Iran in October.

Iran says a major British trade delegation will arrive in Tehran on October 2nd to look for avenues to expand economic relations between the two countries.

Iran urges Koreans to invest in oil plans

A senior Iranian official on Tuesday welcomed South Korean investment in his country, stressing that there is a huge potential for South Korean companies to benefit by investing in Iran’s energy sector projects.

UAE banks to gain from open Iran

Longer-term business opportunities seen given Dubai's strength as a logistics hub.

What the Iran deal means for the U.S. economy and the world

Published: 08 September 2015 07:41 PM Dallas Morning News‎ With President Barack Obama securing enough Senate votes to support a historic accord, it looks like Iran is close to escaping most of the restrictions discouraging it from developing nuclea

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.

Major port operator may invest in Iran’s Anzali

DP World, one of the biggest international port operators, is weighing investment in Iranian ports on the Caspian Sea and the country's south to tap their potentials for linking the Silk Road from China to Europe. Press TV

Picking winners in the race to Iran

The third-largest economy in the Middle East has a young, educated populace ready to spend. But U.S. businesses will face big ­hurdles in the country—if they can get there at all.

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

Investment in Iran’s Petrochemical Sector Could Reap Large Returns for Nimble Investors Willing to Stomach Significant Risk, IHS Says

ran offers low-cost feedstocks and access to large domestic and major foreign markets, but needs infrastructure and technology investments to grow

Iran and Pakistan: Back to Business

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

Iran is a once in a lifetime opportunity for brave investors

Emerging market funds and international investors are gearing up to enter Iran once sanctions are pulled down writes Andrew Critchlow

Kish INVEX is being promoted by Middle East Association

Our event Kish INVEX is being promoted by many Chambers and Associations across Europe

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.

Foreign investors try to tap into Iran

LONDON/NEW YORK, July 20 (Reuters) - A few investors are racing to establish funds for Iran following last week's nuclear deal with world powers, and many others are tapping into multinationals already present in the $400 billion economy.

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

U.S. and International Businesses Eye an Iranian ‘Gold Mine’ After Nuclear Deal

Lifting sanctions could unfreeze $150 billion of Iranian money and open borders for business

Iran deal: Corporate winners from the nuclear agreement

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Iran may soon be open for business, but not to US firms

A landmark agreement on Iran's nuclear program this week could lift sanctions that have crippled the country's economy, opening a nation with a young and educated population, the world's fourth-largest proven oil reserves, and factories badly in need

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

Iran to open door to oil investment as companies eye return

Tekegraph, International oil companies are lining up to return to Iran as new contract terms take shapetE

Billions up for grabs if nuclear deal opens Iran economy

DUBAI (Reuters) - Iranian investment banker Ramin Rabii says he shouted in joy when he learned that Tehran and world powers had reached a deal which promises to lift economic sanctions on Iran. Then he called colleagues to discuss the business implic

Tehran firm says to launch Iran's first index ETF

Jan 26 (Reuters) - Turquoise Partners, a Tehran-based investment firm, said it planned to launch Iran's first exchange-traded fund tracking a stock market index, ahead of the possible lifting of international sanctions on the country.

Iran Stock ETF Aims to Lure Foreigners Amid Nuclear Talks

Turquoise Partners Group secured regulatory approvals for the Turquoise TSE 30 Iran Index ETF, which will mirror the TSE 30 Index of the biggest stocks by market value on the Iranian bourse, the company said yesterday by e-mail. Fundraising will star

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

Awaiting the gold rush

THE currency traders plying the half-empty arrivals hall of Tehran’s international airport have a simple view of the nuclear talks that Iran’s government is conducting with assorted foreign powers. If a deal is made, one says, “the planes will come i

The Way Back to Iran

Tehran became Pirouz’s principal home. He set up an investment fund, Turquoise Partners (in time for a bull run on the Iranian stock market that lasted several years), and then devoted his energy to his pet project, the Iranian Business School (IBS),

Iran nuclear deal would open last big frontier stock market

(Reuters) - Years of economic sanctions and isolation have ravaged Iran's economy but created one of the last unexploited opportunities for international portfolio investors, who could start moving their money in this year if geopolitics permit. T

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's economy moving from bad to less bad

The CEO of Turquoise Partners, the largest investment company in Iran that's licensed to do business with foreign entities, said he sees the impact firsthand. "The growth is most definitely attracting renewed interest in foreign investment from Asia

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

Iran Shares Rise a Third Day as Bourse Creates Stability Fund

The bourse should not create a fund to intervene in the market, according to Ramin Rabii, who helps manage $200 million at Turquoise Partners in 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

Arvand Free Zone

The region, suggested to be considered as the Arvand free zone, consists of 3 zones in an area of 170 square kilometers, is located on the southwestern part of Khuzistan province along the border river, the Arvand River.

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

Chabahar Free Zone

City and Oman sea and 70th km of Pakistan border. Some part of its land area has been allocated for industrial activities while the rest part has been earmarked for trade, commercial services, residential, tourism and green area activities.

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.

Kish INVEX 2015

With the support of the Iranian government, Open Iran group and BTK are organising Kish INVEX consisting of a combined event, which is the 7th International Summit and Exhibition for Presenting Iran's Investment Opportunities

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