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Splitting of ministries; another trial and error?

With President Hassan Rouhani’s first tenure coming to an end, the administration has taken a decision for splitting three ministries in a bid to make them smaller and swifter.

Tehran seeks better banking ties with Seoul, New Delhi

Iranian Finance Minister Ali Tayyebnia met his South Korean and Indian counterparts in Seoul on Friday, discussing ways to improve banking cooperation between Iran and the two trade partners.

Rail development on track despite inefficiencies

The development of railway sector is one of the macro policies of the Iranian government as it has been emphasized by the general policies of the Sixth Five-Year National Development Plan (2016-2021).

Upbeat Prospects for Iran-Australia Ties

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

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.

U.S. company to help Iran build equipment for oil, gas industry

An American company is to start cooperating with Iran on manufacturing oil and gas equipment for the country, IRNA reported on Wednesday quoting an Iranian official.

Iran, Slovakia join hands to boost economic ties

Attended by senior officials and company representatives, an Iran-Slovakia business forum was held at Tehran Chamber of Commerce, Industries, Mines and Agriculture (TCCIMA) on Tuesday.

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.

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.

IMF sees Iran’s GDP growth to rebound to 6.6% in 2016-17

The International Monetary Fund (IMF) has made a statement predicting a 6.6-percent economic growth for Iran in 2016 and 2017.

International Congress and Exhibition “Hydropower. The Caspian and Central Asia 2017” (15-16 February, Tbilisi, Georgia)

An international congress “Hydropower. The Caspian and Central Asia” takes place 15-16 February in Tbilisi, Georgia, and is a professional platform for high-level participants to discuss key topics to guide the course for hydropower construction and

Drought, floods, water stress cost companies $14b

Droughts, water scarcity and stricter environmental regulations cost businesses a reported $14 billion (£11 billion) this year, up from $2.6 billion in 2015. Yet companies still aren’t doing enough to protect themselves from water risks, according to

Drought, floods, water stress cost companies $14b

Droughts, water scarcity and stricter environmental regulations cost businesses a reported $14 billion (£11 billion) this year, up from $2.6 billion in 2015. Yet companies still aren’t doing enough to protect themselves from water risks, according to

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.

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.

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.

Rouhani unveils financial package for economic prosperity

President Hassan Rouhani announced the implementation of a banking development plan as the most important financial package for the country’s economic boom in the current Iranian year (started March 20).

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.

Iran to invest in energy, pharmaceutical, other sectors in Nigeria

Morteza Rahimi, Iranian Ambassador to Nigeria yesterday said that his country was planning to invest in key areas of construction, Pharmaceuticals, power, oil and gas and agriculture sectors in Nigeria.

Jump in foreign investments in Iran’s OTC

Iran’s media have reported a major rise in foreign investments made in the so-called over-the-counter (OTC) market or better known in Tehran as Fara Bourse

Who will win over the Iranians?

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

3rd International Conference on Solar Energy, Tehran , Iran 5 - 6 September 2016

University of Tehran is pleased to announce for the 3rd International Conference on Solar Energy. The Solar Energy Conference will be held on 5-6 September 2016 at University of Tehran. This event provides an opportunity to bring together researchers

President Rouhani: Gov't working for better relations with world

President Hassan Rouhani underlined that Iran will do its best to improve its relations and communications with different world countries.

‘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

Bank Muscat plans to open branch in Tehran

Muscat: Bank Muscat, the Sultanate’s biggest financial institution, plans to open a branch in Tehran, said a senior official of Central Bank of Iran here on Wednesday

Rouhani: Investment in Iran ‘guaranteed enough, profiting’

TEHRAN, Jan. 28 (MNA) – Iran’s Hassan Rouhani has ensured French would-be investors that their investment will be profiting and will have enough guarantee

Yazd, Arasbaran nominated for global registration

Iran nominated Arasbaran Protected Zone in East Azarbaijan Province and the historical city of Yazd for 2017 UNESCO World Cultural Heritage listing, said Mohammad Hassan Talebian, the deputy head of Iran’s Cultural Heritage, Handicrafts and Tourism O

Consider establishing your company in Free Zones

There is no doubt, Iran has a lot of potential: a domestic market of 80 million people, 93 billion bbl or approximately 9% of the world’s proven oil reserves, 21 trillion cubic meters or 15% of the world’s proven gas reserves, 11 petrochemical comple

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

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

Anzali Free Zone And Investment Opportunities

The m ain goal of many under development countries is accessibility to stable development and rising up their national revenue by promotion of export an d production capabilities since the more production and export means the better economic developm

Kish Island

In the shadow of the empire, the islands in the gulf became prosperous, navigation in the Persian Gulf was expanded and better vessels were used to carry passengers and goods. Navigational signs, including lighthouses, were set up to facilitate navig

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

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

India ready to invest over $15 billion in Iran; seeks cheaper gas NEW DELHI | BY NIDHI VERMA AND SANJEEV MIGLANI

India is ready to invest more than $15.2 billion to build projects in Iran including taking up full-scale development of Chabahar Port if Tehran offers better terms including cheaper gas, Shipping Minister Nitin Gadkari said on Wednesday.

Volatility in the O&G market

Malaysia’s O&G industry had once experienced the positive impact of stable global oil prices as throughout 2013 and the first part of 2014, the local bourse (Bursa Malaysia) saw a rapid rise in the listing of O&G companies while O&G projects both dom

UAE banks to gain from open Iran

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

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

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.

Hedgies ready for business in Iran

Corporate America will lead the next round of deals with Iran

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

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

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

Maku Free Trade Zone

Maku is a town in the northwestern Iranian province of West Azerbaijan. The Karasu River in Turkey lies to its north, and Nakhchivan Autonomous Republic, an exclave of the Republic of Azerbaijan, is to its east. Turkey and the Iranian town of Khoy ar

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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