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Iran, Germany set to expand trade in horticulture

Iran and Germany are going to accelerate their trade cooperation in horticultural products and hybrid seeds, Iranian Agriculture Ministry’s official portal reported.

17 New Foreign Investors Trade Iranian Securities

The Central Securities Depository of Iran issued 17 trading codes for foreign investors in Iran’s capital...

Tehran to host intl. kitchen, ceramic exhibits

Iranian capital will host the 15th Kitchen, Bath, Sauna and Pool Industries and Equipment International Exhibition and the 24th International Exhibition of Ceramic Industries at Tehran’s International Permanent Fairgrounds from June 30 to July 3, 201

Iran’s Long Economic Journey

The landslide reelection of Iran’s president, Hassan Rouhani, reflects the by

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.

Asia’s biggest agro-food expo to kick off in Tehran today

The 24th International Exhibition of Food, Food Technology and Agriculture of Iran (Agrofood 2017) will kicks off today at the Tehran Permanent International Fairgrounds, IRIB news reported.

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.

Iran backs extension of OPEC, non-OPEC deal: Zanganeh

Iranian Oil Minister Bijan Namdar Zanganeh said on Saturday that Iran will back the extension of output cuts if the majority of OPEC and non-OPEC nations do so, Shana reported.

37 countries to participate in Iran Oil Show 2017

The 22nd Iran International Oil, Gas, Refining and Petrochemical Exhibition (Iran Oil Show 2017) will be hosting renowned companies from over 37 countries all over the globe from May 6 to 9 at Tehran Permanent International Fairgrounds.

Iran, Europe exploring further banking ties in Tehran forum

European bankers attending the fourth edition of Iran-Europe banking and business forum in Tehran’s IRIB International Conference Center are investigating avenues of expanding banking partnership with Iran, Tasnim news agency reported on Saturday.

Industry sector attracts $5.6b in foreign investment post-sanctions

Iran could manage to attract $5.6 billion of foreign investments in various domestic industrial projects as of the removal of international sanctions in January 2016, Iranian Industry Minister Mohammadreza Nematzadeh announced in a press conference

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.

Iran to certify more companies for IPC soon

A second list of international companies qualified to bid for Iran’s new model of oil and gas projects, known as Iran Petroleum Contract, is going to be released within the next few days.

Talks with Mitsubishi ongoing despite Boeing deal, Iran says

Iran's Aseman Airlines said negotiations with Japan's Mitsubishi Aircraft Corp. on the purchase of passenger jets are still ongoing despite its having signed a new agreement with Boeing Co. on the purchase of 30 planes

Investors from 37 countries active in Iran’s capital market

Investors from 37 countries are currently active in Iran’s capital market, ISNA reported.

Iran, Germany ink MOU on water research, training projects

Tehran and Berlin signed a memorandum of understanding (MOU) on carrying out joint water training and research projects, Mehr news agency reported on Tuesday.

Iran ratifies attraction of over $12b of foreign investments in post-sanction era

According to the latest report of Iranian Finance Ministry, the country approved attraction of $12.48 billion of foreign investments as of the implementation of its nuclear deal with the world powers in January 2016, Mehr news agency reported on Sat

Non-oil trade hits $87.6b, up 4.3% yr/yr

Iran’s non-oil trade reached $87.646 billion in the past Iranian calendar year (March 2016-March 2017), an increase of 4.34 percent compared to its preceding year.

219 foreign delegations negotiate insurance co-op with post-sanction Iran

After the implementation of JCPOA (joint comprehensive plan of action which lifted sanctions against Iran in January 2016) until the end of last autumn, some 219 foreign delegations have visited the country to negotiate cooperation in different area

Iran to present new oil contracts to Russian companies

Iran will give presentation on its new oil contracts for Russian companies on Monday.

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.

Pistachio exports to Europe up 5% in 2016: Eurostat

Iran has exported €232 million worth of pistachios to the European markets in 2016 to register a five percent rise compared to 2015, the European Union’s statistics agency Eurostat was cited by Tasnim news agency on Saturday.

Indonesia, Iran pledge to improve cooperation

Iran celebrated its 38th anniversary of the victory of the Islamic Revolution of 1979 by rejoicing in what it called a new era of Iranian development, following the lifting of unilateral sanctions against the Persian Gulf power.

Iran’s Woodex 2017 to open today hosting 27 foreign companies

The 8th edition of Iran’s International Exhibition of Wood Industries Machineries and Related Equipments (Woodex 2017) will start working today in Tehran, IRIB news reported.

Germany’s Rhineland keen on boosting trade ties with Iran

A 20-member German trade delegation dispatched by the Federal State of Rhineland-Palatinate attended a meeting in Iran’s Chamber of Commerce, Industries, Mines and Agriculture (ICCIMA) on Sunday to negotiate with the Iranian counterparts.

Sanctions lift opens door to €10b of energy projects in Iran

After the removal of sanctions against Iran, once again the country has become an attractive market for the world’s renowned energy companies so that more than €10 billion worth of energy projects has been proposed by foreign companies, Energy Minis

BAIEX 2017 to open in Tehran today

The eighth edition of International Bitumen, Asphalt, Insulation and Related Machinery Exhibition of Iran (BAIEX 2017) will open at the Tehran Permanent International Fairgrounds today.

Non-oil exports up over 8% in 10 months

Iran’s non-oil exports during the first ten months of the current Iranian calendar year (March 20, 2016-January 20, 2017) reached $35.270 billion registering an 8.37 percent rise compared to the same period last year, IRNA reported on Sunday.

Siemens finalizes deal with Iran for manufacturing electric locomotives

Germany’s Siemens has finalized a deal with Iran’s Mapna Group for manufacturing of electric locomotives and also transferring relevant knowledge to the country, IRNA reported on Friday.

Iran, Germany pen agreement on expanding transport co-op

Iran and Germany inked an agreement on the expansion of cooperation in rail, air and sea transportation, IRNA reported.

Iran, Germany sign co-op MOU on airport industry

Iran Airports and Air Navigation Company signed an MOU with Fraport AG, Munich Airport, and Dornier Consulting International GmbH in Tehran on Tuesday to boost airport and aviation ties with Germany.

German companies meet to discuss presence in Iran’s mining sector

Representatives from 17 German companies held a meeting in Bochum on Friday to discuss commencing activity in the Iranian mining market, the Persian service of Deutsche Welle reported.

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.

Germany's Linde gets go ahead for major Iran LNG projects

German Linde Group has received the green light from Euler Hermes — a credit insurance company — to become the biggest contractor in Iran's LNG projects.

France, Italy aversion to fiscal austerity will keep dollar up

By Michael Ivanovitch On his swan song tour of Europe, President Barack Obama said in Athens last Tuesday (Nov. 15) that "austerity cannot be the formula for growth," and vowed to carry that message to the rest of the continent that is now being resc

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.

CAO: Over 100 foreign companies to take part in Iran Air Show

Iran's Civil Aviation Organization (CAO) announced that more than 100 foreign firms have registered for participation in the Iran Air Show 2016 which is scheduled to be held next month in the Persian Gulf island of Kish.

Siemens to seal major rail deal with Iran

German engineering giant Siemens said it is preparing to sign a major deal with Iran to develop the country's railway system.

TPO: Iran's exports to US rise following JCPOA

Iran's exports to the US and some European countries have increased following the implementation of Joint Comprehensive Plan of Action (JCPOA), said the head of Trade Promotion Organization (TPO).

Kish to host marine conference, exhibition

The Eighteenth Marine Industries Conference will be held on Kish Island from October 18 to 21 concurrently with the Eighth International Maritime and Offshore Technologies Exhibition.

MSC: Iran’s annual steel production to hit 55m tons by 2025

Iran plans to increase its annual steel output from current 17 million tons to 55 million tons by 2025, announced the managing director of Mobarakeh Steel Company (MSC) in inaugural of the Second Iranian Iron and Steel Conference in Isfahan.

Italy for broadening of economic ties with Iran

Italy has voiced willingness to expand economic and industrial relations with Tehran.

17th Telecom 2016 exhibit opens in Tehran

The 17th International Exhibition of Telecommunications (Telecom 2016) opened in Tehran in a ceremony attended by Minister of Communications and Information Technology Mahmoud Vaezi.

Airbus says granted US license to sell planes to Iran

Airbus says it has obtained an initial license from the United States to supply passenger jets to Iran as part of a 25-billion-dollar deal between the aircraft manufacturer and the Islamic Republic signed in January.

German exports to Iran soar after removal of sanctions

German exports to Iran, mostly machines and equipment, jumped in the first half of the year following the removal of international sanctions against the Islamic Republic, official trade data showed on Monday.

French National Assembly president to visit Iran next month

President of French National Assembly Claude Bartolone will pay an official visit to Tehran to hold talks with senior Iranian officials.

Iran to do away with two-tier exchange rate

The government plans to unify the two-tier exchange rate for the US dollar to attract more foreign investment following the removal of anti-Tehran sanctions.

Eurozone growth slows over Brexit impact

Eurostat statistics agency says growth in eurozone sharply slowed down in the second quarter in what appears to be a result of concerns over Britain’s leaving the EU.

Zamani-Nia: Mega projects to be signed with foreign companies

Negotiations have been held with foreign companies to undertake mega oil and gas projects in the year to March 20, 2017, said deputy oil minister for trade and international affairs.

WB: $30b of Iran's frozen assets released

The World Bank said a landmark nuclear deal that Iran signed with the P5+1 last year has already enabled the country to gain access to as much as $30 billion of its assets that had been frozen as a result of the sanctions.

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 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.

Asia’s Iran oil, gas imports up; petchems shipped to UK

Parsian Gas Refinery processed 1.8 million barrels of natural-gas condensate in the two months to May 20, said the refinery's managing director.

Daimler vows to take China off Iran roads

Daimler says its trucks division will start the deliveries of Mitsubishi Fuso brand in Iran later this year.

Essar Oil pays $500m to Iran via new channel

India's Essar Oil has paid $500 million to Iran via a new payment channel opened recently to clear one-fifth of its outstanding debts.

Iran looks to Iraq as a big market for trade

Iran finds neighboring Iraq its closest ally in the Arab world as well as a big market for its domestically produced goods.

Over 230 firms to attend Tehran int'l mine expo

The Eighth International Exhibition of Stones, Mines, Machineries and Related Industries will be held in Tehran International Fairground with participation of over 230 domestic and foreign companies.

‘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

Major rise in foreign investments in Iran

The Financial Times says the latest figures show that the volume of Foreign Direct Investment (FDI) in Iran has reached the highest level in years following the removal of sanctions against the country in January.

Iran deal allows for sales of passenger planes: Kirby

The spokesman of the US State Department says Iran’s historic nuclear agreement with the permanent UN Security Council members plus Germany (P5+1) allows Western jet manufacturers to trade with Tehran

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

Rosatom eyeing Iran heavy water deal

Russia announced on Monday that the country’s nuclear agency Rosatom is considering the possibility of buying heavy water from Iran

Major rise in Germany’s exports to Iran

The latest official figures show that German exports to Iran rose significantly in the first quarter following the removal of international sanctions against the country

Austria’s Oberbank and Raiffeisen Bank connected to Iran market

A senior Iranian trade official says Austria’s Oberbank and Raiffeisen Bank International (RBI) are now connected to Iranian banks.

Major rise in Germany’s exports to Iran

The latest official figures show that German exports to Iran rose significantly in the first quarter following the removal of international sanctions against the country.

US finalizing deal to buy Iran heavy water

The US media have reported that the administration of President Barack Obama is moving to finalize a deal with Iran worth $8.6 million to buy heavy water from Iran

Croatian president to visit Iran next week for talks

Croatian President Kolinda Grabar-Kitarovic is scheduled to pay an official visit to Iran to hold talks with the country’s officials on a range of issues.

Tehran, Berlin ink agreements on water

Iranian and German officials reached understanding on cooperation in the water supply and sanitation sector.

Iran exports 2.1m barrels of oil per day

Deputy Minister of Petroleum Roknoddin Javadi announced that Iran's daily oil exports touched the figure of 2.1 million barrels during the current Iranian month of Ordibehesht (started April 20)

Iran says Russia top investment priority

Iran’s Parliament Speaker Ali Larijani said on Thursday that the country attaches a great significance to its relations with Russia, stressing that Russia will be prioritized in any industry it wants to invest in the Islamic Republic.

‘New Tehran-Hanover flight route coming’

A top German official said in Tehran on Sunday that a new direct flight route will be soon established from Iran to Hanover

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

Iran's exports to US increase by six times

Iran’s media reported on Thursday that the country’s exports to the United States increased six times over a period of 11 months starting March 2015

Boeing offers to sell three new aircraft models to Iran

US plane maker Boeing has proposed to sell new models of its 737, 777 and 787 aircraft to Iran and promised after-sales support, a top Iranian aviation official says

EU banks start re-engaging with Iran

European banks have reportedly started to re-engage with Iran after over two months from the removal of sanctions against the country

‘Germany’s VW close to Iran auto deal’

Iran said on Sunday that Germany’s auto giant Volkswagen is expected to seal a deal with an Iranian partner in the near future to invest in the country’s car industry

Iran to lift visa with 28 countries

Iran said on Saturday that it is pursuing a plan to lift visa requirements with 28 countries in an effort which is meant to help boost the mutual tourism ties with the target countries

Iran, Pakistan seek to increase trade volume to $5bn

Iran and Pakistan have agreed to adopt necessary strategies and make use of their capacities to increase the volume of bilateral trade to USD 5 billion

Iran’s trade balance turns positive over ‘lower’ imports

New data by the Islamic Republic of Iran Customs Administration (IRICA) shows ‘unprecedented’ surplus in the country’s foreign trade over the past Iranian calendar year (ended March 19)

Swiss MSC to expand services to Iran

Iran said on Sunday that the world’s second largest shipping company MSC from Switzerland will soon expand its services to the country’s ports

Japan Keen to Invest in Iran’s Market

TEHRAN (Tasnim) – A senior Japanese official voiced the Asian giant’s eagerness to immediately revive economic relations with Iran and take the ample investment opportunities in its market

Iran-Pakistan banking channels to reopen soon

Governor of State Bank of Pakistan (SBP) Ashraf Wathra said the country's banking channels with Iran will be reopened in the near future.

BASF to invest $4bn in Iran petchem plan

Iran said on Friday that Germany’s BASF – the world’s largest chemical producer – plans to make an investment of as much as $4 billion in its petrochemical industry

Russia’s GAZ in Talks to Launch Assembly Line in Iran: Report

TEHRAN (Tasnim) – GAZ Group, Russia’s leading manufacturer of commercial vehicles, is in talks for cooperation with a number of Iranian automobile manufacturing companies in the wake of the termination of anti-Tehran sanctions, a report said

Russia’s GAZ in Talks to Launch Assembly Line in Iran: Report

TEHRAN (Tasnim) – GAZ Group, Russia’s leading manufacturer of commercial vehicles, is in talks for cooperation with a number of Iranian automobile manufacturing companies in the wake of the termination of anti-Tehran sanctions, a report said

Swiss Firm TOLGA Eager to Invest in Iran’s Solar Industry

TEHRAN (Tasnim) – A leading Swiss photovoltaic (PV) company expressed willingness for presence and investment in Iran’s market following the termination of anti-Tehran sanctions

Airbus eyes long-term cooperation with Iran

Airbus Group CEO announced that his company seeks long-term collaboration with Iran aiming to play a role in boosting Iran-EU ties.

France’s Vinci eyes construction of bullet train stations in Iran

The Chief Executive Officer (CEO) of Vinci SA, a France-based company, said the group is in initial talks with Iran over construction of high-speed train stations in the Islamic Republic following the termination of anti-Tehran sanctions.

Germany, Japan to jointly invest in Iran’s projects

Germany and Japan, the two countries that seem firmly determined to reenter the Iranian market seek to invest in various petrochemical projects of Iran

First Europe bank to open Iran office

Austria’s Raiffeisen Bank International (RBI) says it wants to open a branch in Tehran “as quickly as possible,” becoming the first foreign lender to set up shop in Iran after the lifting of sanctions.

Germany, Japan to jointly finance Iran's petrochem projects

German Linde Group jointly with Japanese MITSUI & CO., LTD. will invest in various Iranian petrochemical projects, Marzieh Shahdaei, the director for projects at Iran’s National Petrochemical Company (NPC) said

Linde, Mitsui plan $4bn investment in Iran

Germany-based Linde, a leading industrial gases company, and Japan’s Mitsui Chemicals plan to invest $4 billion into petrochemical projects in Iran, said a senior official in a report

German Foreign Minister Steinmeier due in Tehran on Tuesday

German Foreign Minister Frank-Walter Steinmeier will pay an official two-day visit to Tehran to hold talks with senior Iranian officials.

Iran, Germany's Siemens ink $1.6b deal

The chief executive officer of Siemens AG, Europe's biggest industrial group, said the German company signed a memorandum of understanding (MoU) with Iran on transportation services.

Iran says SWIFT now open to 12 more banks

Iran has named 12 domestic banks that it says have now been reconnected to SWIFT, the global provider of secure financial messaging services, after the recent removal of economic sanctions against the country

Iran is world's biggest emerging market since collapse of Soviet Union, says Lord Lamont

Iran is the world’s biggest emerging market since the collapse of the Soviet Union 25 years ago, according to the politician given the job of opening up trade relations – but Britain is languishing behind rivals in its share of business

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

Iran hopes for $50bn in investment as sanctions lifted

Iran’s president promised a flood of investment as Iranians celebrated the lifting of sanctions that have left the country outside the global economy for more than a decade

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 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

Iran to buy more than 100 aircraft as boom time beckons

A purchase of more than 100 aircraft from Europe's Airbus may be one of Iran's first big deals in a trade and investment boom that could reshape the economy of the Middle East

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.

Door now open to foreign investments in Iran: Rouhani

The door has now opened to foreign investments in Iran, including for U.S. firms, Iranian President Hassan Rouhani announced Sunday

Iran: All sanctions to be annulled today

Iran’s Foreign Minister Mohammad Javad Zarif says “all oppressive sanctions imposed against the Islamic Republic will be annulled today.”

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

German companies' multibillion bids to invest in Iran petchems

A senior Iranian official says German companies seek to invest billions of dollars in Iran’s petrochemical sector following the lifting of anti-Iran sanctions

Foreigners Keen to Invest in Iran’s Water, Power Industry: Official

TEHRAN (Tasnim) – An Iranian deputy energy minister said a host of foreign firms have shown enthusiasm for investment in Iran’s electricity and water industries, noting that regular meetings are underway to single out the most perfect from among them

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

Iran eyes Russia for petrochemical exports

Iran is eyeing the Russian market for sales of petrochemical products as prices in Europe continue to fall with the decline in international crude and naphtha rates.

Establishment of Cement Factory-Khorram Abad

Establishment of Cement Factory with 3.300 ton/day and 1.000.000 ton/year Capacity has started the project in a Piece of land with the area of 100 Hectares in Khorram Abad Province , the capital of lorestan state in south west of the country of Iran

19German Companies Offer to Invest in Iran’s Water Sector

TEHRAN (Tasnim) – The deputy head of Iran’s National Water and Wastewater Engineering Company said 19 German companies have announced their willingness to invest in the Islamic Republic’s water Industry.

Greek FM due in Iran for business talks

Greek Foreign Minister Nikos Kotzias is scheduled to pay an official visit to Tehran later this month to discuss expansion of trade ties.

Moscow plans to fund major Iran projects

Russian Finance Minister Anton Siluanov said Moscow plans to fund two major projects worth $2 billion in Iran in the wake of the recent nuclear deal between Tehran and six world powers.

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.

Iran lines up $25 billion energy investment

Iran has put together a package for $25 billion of investment in its booming power industry which is key to the country’s economic recovery, head of Iran Power Transmission, Generation and Distribution Company (Tavanir) says.

Iran to boost oil exports after sanctions are lifted

TEHRAN, Iran (AP) — Iran said Tuesday it will export an additional 500,000 barrels of oil a day after sanctions are lifted under a landmark nuclear deal in a bid to reclaim its market share despite low prices

S. Korea Impatient to Invest in Iran

TEHRAN (Tasnim) - South Korean Foreign Minister Yun Byung-se voiced his country’s willingness to broaden economic relations with Iran as soon as a final nuclear deal between Tehran and world powers terminates the anti-Iran sanctions.

France’s Fives Group to invest in Iran’s aluminum industry

TEHRAN- France’s Fives Group made an agreement with Iranian Mines and Mining Industries Development and Renovation Organization (IMIDRO) on making joint venture for the construction of an anode production plant in Iran, according to the IRNA news age

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.

19 German Companies Offer to Invest in Iran’s Water Sector

TEHRAN (Tasnim) – The deputy head of Iran’s National Water and Wastewater Engineering Company said 19 German companies have announced their willingness to invest in the Islamic Republic’s water Industry. Speaking in the Iran-Germany First Joint Co

German government backs investment in Iran: Steinmeier

TEHRAN – The ground is ready for Iran and Germany to boost economic cooperation, German Foreign Minister Frank-Walter Steinmeier says, adding that to this end the German government will support any kind of investment in Iran.

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

U.S. Warns Against Rush To Invest In Iran Before Sanctions Lifted

Reuters is reporting that the Obama administration has privately reminded foreign governments and U.S. bankers that sanctions against Iran remain in effect and they should not rush to invest in Iran.

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.

The Iranians are hoping the prominent U.S. firms will compete with foreign companies to secure lucrative contracts with Iran’s state-controlled oil an

TEHRAN- The U.S. companies may participate in the conference to unveil Iran’s new models of oil contracts, known as the Integrated Petroleum Contract (IPC), according to National Iranian Oil Company (NIOC) Managing Director Rokneddin Javadi.

There are No Legal Barrier for US Investment in Iran: VP

TEHRAN (Tasnim) – An Iranian vice-president said on Wednesday that there is no legal restriction for foreign investments in Iran by countries Tehran recognizes, including the United States.

President Calls on Iranian Expats to Invest at Home in Post-Sanctions Era

TEHRAN (Tasnim) – Iranian President Hassan Rouhani invited the country’s nationals residing in other countries to seize the ample investment opportunities in their homeland following the termination of anti-Iran sanctions under a lasting nuclear deal

"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

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.

Vietnam Eyes Rise in Trade Ties with Iran: MP

TEHRAN (Tasnim) – Vietnamese Head of Vietnam-Iran parliamentary friendship group voiced the Southeast Asian country’s keenness for expanding trade ties with Iran.

Iran Seeks Foreign Investment to Boost Tourism Industry: Official

TEHRAN (Tasnim) – Iran has extensive plans to boost its tourism industry following the conclusion of nuclear talks with world powers, a vice president announced, voicing Tehran’s enthusiasm to attract foreign investment in the lucrative market.

Iran to unveil new oil deals in Nov.

The National Iranian Oil Company (NIOC) has announced that it will introduce Iran’s new oil contracts in early November in Tehran.

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

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.

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

No limitations for U.S. oil firms to invest in Iran

By Fatih Karimov – Trend: There are no limitations for U.S. oil firms to invest in Iran, said Iran’s Oil Minister Bijan Namdar Zanganeh.

Minister: India Keen to Invest in Iran’s Transportation, Petrochemical Projects

August 15, 2015 - 00:11 TEHRAN (Tasnim) – India’s Minister of Road Transport, Highways and Shipping Nitin Gadkari voiced New Delhi’s willingness to participate in Iran’s transportation and petrochemical projects.

Australia Keen to Invest in Iran’s Mine Industry

August 18, 2015 - 13:29 TEHRAN (Tasnim) – Australia voiced its enthusiasm to resume and strengthen cooperation with Iran in its mine industry.

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

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.

Investing in Iran after the lifting of sanctions

Just a few days after hosting a historic deal between Iran and the world powers on Tehran's nuclear programme and lifting international sanctions, Vienna has been the venue for deals of a different kind.

Iran emergence one of the most exciting things happening in the world

Richard Branson, founder of Virgin Group, has been an optimist about the talks leading to an Iran deal - and he proved to be right.

High-Ranking German Delegation in Iran for Talks

TEHRAN (Tasnim) – As the first foreign delegation visiting Tehran after the nuclear conclusion, a high-ranking German economic-political delegation headed by German Vice-Chancellor Sigmar Gabriel is in Iran to hold talks with Iranian officials.

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 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

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

In Rouhani’s Iran, hopes fade for revival of sanctions-neutered economy

"We are in a very difficult time, a stagflation situation, and it is hard to drive policy in this environment, since any measure to trigger growth will have inflationary consequences," Ramin Rabii, managing director of Turquoise Partners, which manag

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

Tax Holidays

There are two major types of direct taxes including income taxes and property taxes. Each category of direct taxes, in turn, is divided into sub-parts. Indirect taxes include taxes on imports and Value Added Tax (VAT). Taxes on imports are currently

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