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Private Investments Restore Cultural Sites in Kerman

The private sector has spent over 400 billion rials ($10.6 m) on the restoration of cultural heritage...

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.

Iran Eyes Visa Facilitation With East Asian Nations

Iranian tourism officials will discuss the possibility of relaxing visa regulations with China, Japan...

Iran Says $13b Korean Finance On the Way

Iranian Economy Minister confirmed reports of an imminent South Korean $13b credit line for Iranian projects

Nepal Airlines Pays Debt to Use Iranian Airspace for Reaching Doha

Nepal Airlines Corporation on Monday cleared around €10,000 in outstanding dues to Iran for...

Ayandeh Bank Financing SMEs

Ayandeh Bank is set to provide 3 trillion rials ($80 million) in loans to small- and medium-sized...

Iran ships first consignment of wheat to Oman

Iran loaded the first 30,000-ton-consignment of wheat in ship to be exported to Oman, IRNA reported on Monday. According to a high ranking official in Islamic Republic of Iran Shipping Line (IRISL), Ali Akbar Ghanji, the loaded ship left Iran’s sout

Tehran, Vienna seek deeper economic ties

Iranian Finance Minister Ali Tayyebnia and Industry Minister Mohammadreza Nematzadeh in separate meetings with Austria’s Federal Minister of Finance Hans Jörg Schelling on Saturday and Sunday sought avenues for increasing economic and banking ties b

N. Delhi Okays Capital Markets MoU With Tehran

The Indian government approved on Thursday a memorandum of understanding signed by...

Indian Aluminum Company Puts Iran Project on Hold

India’s National Aluminium Company Ltd., otherwise known as NALCO has put...

Free trade agreement discussed between Iran, Eurasian Economic Commission

Mahmoud Vaezi, Iran's minister of communications and information technology who is also the chairman of Iran-Russia Joint Economic Committee, and Veronika Nikishina, member of the board and also minister for trade of the Eurasian Economic Commission

Iran Set to Connect With Top Malaysian Banks

After the lifting of some of Iran's sanctions following the nuclear accord, the country's banking...

2 Hotels Planned in Aras FTZ

The construction of two hotels will be complete by the end of the current Iranian year...

Turkish Banking Team Plans Iran Visit to Resolve Halkbank Dispute

A delegation from the Central Bank of Turkey will soon meet their Iranian counterparts in...

EEU Closer to Free Trade Deal With Iran

The Moscow-led Eurasian Economic Union aims to finalize a free trade deal with Iran by the...

Spanish Tourists to Iran Double

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

UNESCO to Vote on Yazd Heritage Status

The ancient city of Yazd in central Iran will be considered for world heritage status this year...

Iran’s Long Economic Journey

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

Iranian Steelmakers Bolster Presence in Thailand Market

Thailand is currently the world’s fourth largest importer of steel and Iran is...

Iran sells crude oil at $45.21 per barrel in a week

Iran sold its light crude oil at $45.21 per barrel in the week ended on May 12, with 21 cents decrease from its previous week, IRNA reported on Tuesday.

Iran signs $630m deal to produce strategic oil equipment

By signing a contract worth $630 million with an Iranian-Spanish consortium on Wednesday, Iran joined the world’s manufacturers of special pipes, which are of strategic importance in the oil and gas industry.

Iran's 2-month electricity exports tripled

-Iran's exports of electricity to its neighboring countries tripled in the first two months of the current Iranian calendar year, which began on March 21, compared to the same period last year, Fars news agency reported on Friday quoting an energy of

OMV says talks with NIOC on settlement almost finished

The chief executive of Austrian energy group OMV said on Thursday that talks with National Iranian Oil Company (NIOC) on settling outstanding claims which have hindered OMV from investing more in the country were almost finished.

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, Pakistan ink MOU on banking co-op

The Central Bank of Iran (CBI) and the State Bank of Pakistan (SBP) signed an agreement on Banking and Payment Arrangement (BPA) aiming to strengthen banking ties between the two countries.

BP to operate joint North Sea field with Iran

BP and Iran's state-run oil company received a license from the U.S. Treasury last year to operate their joint gas field in the North Sea following the lifting of Western sanctions on Tehran, BP said on Thursday.

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

New Swedish firm offers Iranian stock investment for bitcoin

Brave New World Investments AB, a new firm registered in Sweden, is now accepting deposits in bitcoin which it converts to Iranian Rial and invests in equities on the Tehran Stock Exchange. It does this on behalf of its European shareholders while al

Iran’s GDP growth forecast to rebound in 2016/17: IMF

The International Monetary Fund has forecasted that Iran’s real GDP growth is expected to rebound to 6.6 percent in 2016/17.

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.

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.

Tehran, Antalya chambers of commerce interested to expand economic ties

The Chairman of Antalya Chamber of Commerce and Industry (ACCI) Davut Çetin has voiced the Turkish city’s interest in boosting trade relations with Iran.

Annual oil income projected to hit $41b: Zanganeh

Iranian Oil Minister Bijan Namdar Zanganeh has estimated the country’s oil revenues to reach $41 billion by the end of the current Iranian calendar year (March 20, 2017).

Iran, Italy set up joint venture to grow agricultural products

The Italian company Nature SRL and the Iranian company UPRO have set up a joint venture under the name UPRO NATURE. The goal of the joint venture is to grow products that comply with the quality standards of European target markets. It aims to meet t

Iran’s petchem output set to rise up to 20% by Mar. 20

Iran’s petrochemical sector’s output is set to increase up to 20 percent in the second half of the current Iranian calendar year (which ends on March 20, 2017), compared to the same period the last year, Shana quoted an official as saying on Tuesday

Iran-EU trade up 66% in 10 months: Eurostat

The European Union’s trade with Iran amounted to €10.3 billion in the first 10 months of 2016, a 66 percent rise year on year, based on the latest figures released by the European Union’s statistics agency Eurostat.

Iran invites Japanese companies to invest in its mining, infrastructure projects

TEHRAN- “The Islamic Republic invites Japanese companies to invest in its mining and infrastructure projects including those to develop Iranian railway network and ports,” Head of Iran Chamber of Commerce, Industries, Mines and Agriculture (ICCIMA) G

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

Tehran, Wellington may reach $1b trade turnover: New Zealander min.

The visiting New Zealand’s Trade Minister Todd McClay, during the Saturday meeting held to investigate Iran-New Zealand trade opportunities in Iran Chamber of Commerce, Industries, Mines and Agriculture (ICCIMA), expressed hope that the two sides wi

India mulls $20 billion investment in Iran

India is inclined to invest up to $20 billion in Iran, Petroleum and Natural Gas Minister Dharmendra Pradhan has said.

Regulatory & Compliance

Regulatory frameworks are constantly evolving across sectors and around the world. As transparency is importance to international companies and the costs of non-compliance with laws and regulations increases, businesses everywhere strive to adapt to

Partner Services

Foreign investors who are looking to invest other countries usually look for local partners for their market entry. Iranian Lawyers Office as a well established law firm in Iran can help foreign investors to select the right partner for your business

Company Registration

A wide variety of legal arrangements may be used to carry on business activity in Iran. Some of the more commonly used arrangements are corporations, limited partnerships, partnerships, co-ownerships, joint stock company and limited liability compani

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.

Q &A On Foreign Investment in the Islamic Republic of Iran

Ministry of Economic Affairs and Finance Organization for Investment, Economic and Technical Assistance of Iran. Foreign Investment in the Islamic Republic of Iran. Q&A

Investment Protection Measures in Iran

I.R. Iran’s Foreign Investment Manual

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.

Taxation in Iran

A company is resident in Iran if it’s established under the Iranian Commercial Code, or if it is managed from Iran

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

Dow's record rally; Buffett buys airlines; Yuan in focus

1. A record-setting run: The Trump stock market rally seems to have petered out in other parts of the world.

OPEC points to even bigger 2017 oil surplus

The Organization of the Petroleum Exporting Countries (OPEC) reported an increase in its oil production in October to a record high led by members hoping to be exempt from the producer group's attempt to curb supply, weighing on prices and pointing t

Iran's petrochemical capacity to grow threefold by 2025

Iran is set to increase its total petrochemical capacity from 59 million tons to 180 million tons within the next 10 years, said an executive from US consultancy firm Frost and Sullivan on Thursday on the sidelines of the Fourth CMRI Petrochemical Co

Airbus, Boeing contracts at final stage for signature

Negotiations and expert studies on contracts with Airbus and Boeing are in their final stage for signature, said the deputy minister of roads and urban development for international affairs.

Iran, China underline ties in renewable energies

Iran's Vice President for Scientific and Technological Affairs Sorena Sattari and Head of Chinese Academy of Sciences Bai Chunli underlined Iran-China cooperation on renewable energies, technology and water sciences.

IME weekly trade nears $228m

Iran Mercantile Exchange (IME) announced that commodities valued at about $228 million and weighing over 633,796 tons were traded in its domestic trading and exports halls in the past working week (October 15-20).

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Italy for broadening of economic ties with Iran

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

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.

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.

Salehi: Iran targets 20,000 MW energy

Head of the Atomic Energy Organization of Iran (AEOI) said long-term generation of 20,000 MW of nuclear power is Iran's target.

Iran, Netherlands moot easing trade, banking ties

Iran’s ambassador to the Netherlands and president of the European country's central bank in a meeting in The Hague explored avenues to facilitate trade and financial transactions between the two counties.

Iran to finalize Airbus deal after August

Iran plans to finalize the deal with France's Airbus on the purchase of aircraft after August.

Seoul to open euro-based payment system for Iran trade

South Korea will start a euro-based settlement system for trade with Iran next week, one of the biggest financial barriers for trade with Iran, following the lifting of international sanctions, the South Korean financial minister said.

RENPOWER IRAN 2016 6th and 7th November, 2016 at Iran's Ministry Of Energy Conference Hall

Iran Infrastructure, Power & Renewable Energy Investment Conference 6th and 7th November, 2016 at Iran's Ministry Of Energy Conference Hall,Tehran,Ministry of Energy (in the main Conference Hall).:

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.

Huge South Korean container ship berths at Iranian port

South Korea's Glory Hyundai container ship berthed at Shahid Rajaei port in the southern province of Hormuzgan, an official said on Saturday.

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.

Iran to meet Turkmenistan oil, gas industry equipment shortage

Iran can supply Turkmenistan oil and gas industry equipment to make up for the shortage in the country, said the head of the Industries Commission of Tehran Chamber of Commerce.

US-made aircraft allowed to fly to Iran

The United States said it would allow foreign airlines to fly US-made aircraft to Iran, providing greater assurance to aviation companies as Iran tries to reestablish trade and business links following the lifting of sanctions.

Yandex looks to resuming Iran operation

Minister of Communications and Information Technology Mahmoud Vaezi said Iran plans to hold talks with Russia on resuming search engine Yandex's Iranian operations.

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.

Chitchian: UK banks should play more active role in trade with Iran

Minister of Energy Hamid Chitchian said on Tuesday that British banks should play more active role in the expansion of trade cooperation with Iran.

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.

'Russia set to fund railway line between Iran, Azerbaijan'

Russia is reportedly poised to finance a railway line connecting Iran with its northern neighbor Azerbaijan.

Major companies expanding presence in Iran’s oil sector

TEHRAN- Renowned international companies from 38 countries across the globe are participating in the 21st International Oil, Gas, Refining and Petrochemical Exhibition of Iran (Iran Oil Show 2016), which is being held at Tehran Permanent Internationa

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

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.

Iran provides $500m of technical-engineering services to Kazakhstan

TEHRAN – Iranian companies and firms provide around $500 million worth of technical and engineering services to Kazakhstan (per annum), IRIB news agency reported on Wednesday.

‘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

Iran, Kazakhstan set to build oil refinery

Mazandaran Organization of Industry, Mine and Trade director general said Iran and Kazakhstan plan to build a joint venture oil refinery in Amirabad Port, IRNA reported.

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, Boeing deal on sales of 100 airliners

Iran’s aviation authority has announced the conclusion of an agreement with the US aerospace giant, Boeing, for the purchase of 100 passenger planes to renew the country’s ageing fleet.

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.

Exports of SP Phase 19 condensate to begin soon

Operator of Phase 19 of the supergiant South Pars Gas Field development project said the phase's first gas condensate cargo will be exported within the next few weeks.

Iran, Boeing deal on sales of 100 airliners

Iran’s aviation authority has announced the conclusion of an agreement with the US aerospace giant, Boeing, for the purchase of 100 passenger planes to renew the country’s ageing fleet.

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

Seoul to up Iran condensate imports

Traders say they expect South Korea to step up purchases of the ultra light oil from Iran by more than 50 percent in June

Iran firms set for $2.4bn ship deals

Iran has placed orders worth around $2.4 billion with South Korean shipyards for the construction of ships to carry Iran’s oil and petrochemical products, The Wall Street Journal says

Iran regaining lost oil market share faster

The latest market figures show that imports of Iran’s oil by the country’s Asian clients increased by more than 13 percent in April from a year ago, confirming recent indications that the country is regaining the share of the oil market it lost as a

Iran to amend its new oil deals

Only months after Iran announced a new format of oil sector contracts, indications are appearing that the country may make some key changes in them

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

SAIPA, SK Networks seal $1bn deal

Iran said on Sunday that a deal has been signed with South Korea’s SK Networks to provide $1 billion in funds for the procurement of auto parts and car production materials

"FOCUS IRAN SUMMIT 26th – 27th SEPTEMBER 2016 TEHRAN, IRAN AT "ESPINAS PALACE HOTEL

International Finance Magazine and Open Iran Group's "FOCUS IRAN SUMMIT" aims to nurture partnerships for global investment banks, trade and business councils, PE and asset management firms, venture capitalists, legal counsel and academia, techno

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

Tata Motors to set up car unit in Iran

India’s media reported on Monday that the country’s Tata Motors is in talks with Iran’s auto giant Iran Khodro to set up a car production unit in the country.

India to sign Iran port deal during Modi trip

India said on Friday that it will sign a contract with Iran to build and run a strategic port in the country’s southeast during the next visit to Tehran by Prime Minister Narendra Modi

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

OPEN IRAN NEWS : Iran / Russia: “Heavy Iran” Conference Held Successfully (27 April 2016)

The first after JCOPA conference on heavy transportation issues was held here in Tehran under the title of “Heavy Iran 2016” as announced before here at PIMI news headlines:

Iran sets new steel export record

Iran said on Sunday that it had exported 4.1 million tons of steel in the past Persian calendar year which ended on 22 March 2016 thus setting a new record in sales of the strategic product to international markets

Bombardier to set up own airline in Iran

Canada’s global aviation firm Bombardier is reportedly planning to launch its own airline in Iran – a groundbreaking move that could help boost air trips between Iran and Northern America

Big construction deals on horizon during Park's Iran visit

South Korean construction companies are set to sign a series of big development projects in Iran when a business delegation visits the Middle Eastern nation next month to promote bilateral economic ties, industry officials said Saturday.

South Africa president due in Tehran tomorrow

The President of South Africa Jacob Zuma will lead a high-level delegation on a state visit to Iran on Sunday and Monday.

EU sees significant role for Iranian LNG in Europe

Iranian liquefied natural gas could start to play a significant part of the European Union's energy mix after the next three to four years, the bloc's energy chief said after meeting officials to map out future energy ties.

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

Iran ready to increase oil exports to India

Iran said on Saturday that it is ready to increase its oil exports to India from the current volume of 350,000 barrels per day (bpd) now that the sanctions that had previously hampered Iranian oil export plans have been lifted

Iran, India sign oil, energy agreement

Iran and India have signed an agreement to boost oil and energy cooperation

India’s crude imports from Iran highest in five years

India’s crude oil imports from Iran have topped 500,000 barrels per day (bpd), reaching the highest level in at least five years

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

Foreign Firms Keen to Invest in Iran’s Power Projects: Official

TEHRAN (Tasnim) – The managing director of Iran Water and Energy Resources Development Company said Tuesday that several foreign firms have shown eagerness to build hydroelectric power plants in 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

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.

Amazon River

This travel with lots of vicissitudes and adventures took 4 days, it started from Karaj and continued through passing Chaloos, Arangeh, Gachsar, Kandovan, Siahbisheh, Marzan abad which all are located in Chaloos road and finally it ended in Chaloos c

Iran tourism industry attracting attentions

Attractions of Iran’s tourism industry are drawing a stronger attention now that the country has opened its doors in light of the removal of economic sanctions last month

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

Establishment of Foreign Representatives and Branch Offices in Iran

January 2016--The Registration of Companies Act, the Law for Allowing the Registration of a Branch or Representative of Foreign Companies and its By-law, the Law of Protection of the Rights of Consumers and certain other legislation lay down rules fo

Japanese companies to get investment guarantees

TOKYO -- The Japanese and Iranian governments are planning an arrangement that would encourage Japanese companies to invest in Iran now that economic sanctions on the oil-producing country have been lifted

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.

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

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

Global interaction conditions different from past - Rouhani

Iranian President Hassan Rouhani said that conditions for interaction with the world have changed drastically introducing tourism industry as a sector that generates employment, Irna reported

Iranian President Hassan Rouhani in Paris to court investors

Iranian President Hassan Rouhani arrived in Paris on Wednesday on the second leg of a whirlwind tour promoting his country's opening to the world economy now that nuclear-related sanctions have been lifted

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

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

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

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 Opening Stirs New Interest From Businesses

Executives cautiously explore potential for ties; first oil shipment to Europe expected next month TEHRAN—Iran is pushing full throttle to re-establish business with the rest of the world as Western companies move cautiously to renew ties abandoned

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 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

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 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

Petrochemical industry Investment opportunities

Developmental projects with an investment of 40 billion dollars has been set as the goals of the next 5-year Development Plan of Iran

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.

Airbus plan heralds Iran boom after sanctions lifted

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

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

Denmark Plans Wind Energy Investment In Iran

Another European country has expressed intentions to support the development of the renewable energy sector in Iran

Denmark Ramps Up Renewable Investment In Iran

Many nations have expressed their willingness to invest in Iran once the western sanctions against the country’s nuclear program are lifted

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

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.

Kish Island tourism investment opportunities

Kish Island with an area of 91 square kilometers, about 43 kilometers beach and the overall shape of the oval, at a distance of 18 km Levantine port ( Aftab port )- Iran joined land - is located in the Persian Gulf .

Company Registration in Anzali Free Zone

Registration of Foreign Companies and Receiving Registration Form Variety of companies and non-commercial institutes can register their company in the region with minimum bureaucracy.

Anzali Free Zone And Legal and Trade Advantages

The possibility of unlimited investment for both Iranian and Foreign nationals * Full protection and guarantee of foreign investment.

Anzali trade-industrial free zone

Bandar Anzali as the most equipped and most modern Caspian Sea port due to the unique geographical position as the only free port in the area,has the significant role in development of North – South(Nostrac) corridor. Since this Port is being located

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

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

Ardebil

Ardebil province has an area of 17,881 square kilometers located in northeast of Iran and to the west of the Caspian Sea. The historical and rather religious city of Ardebil is it's capital.

Sistan Va Baluchestan

In the year 1996, the province had a population of approximately 723,000, of which 46.1 % resided in the urban areas, 52.8 % in the rural areas and the rest accounted as non-residents.

Kermanshah

Because of its antiquity, attractive landscapes, rich culture and Neolithic villages, Kermanshah is considered one of the cradles of prehistoric cultures

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

West Ethylene Pipeline breaks feedstock supply record

West Ethylene Pipeline has set a new record in supplying feedstock to eight petrochemical plants along its way, a petrochemical official said.

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.

Foreign helicopter manufacturers keen on cooperation

Following the removal of Western sanctions, leading international manufacturers of civilian helicopters and spare parts have announced willingness to resume cooperation with Iran and invest in Iranian projects.

‘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.

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.

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

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.

Iran Deal Milestone Starts the Clock on Oil Sanctions Relief

World powers and Iran set the clock ticking Sunday on a landmark accord placing limits on the Islamic Republic’s nuclear work in return for access to oil and financial markets.

Russia and Iran consider bank to finance joint projects

Russian Energy Minister Aleksandr Novak is in Iran to discuss energy cooperation. Among the proposals is setting up of a bank to boost joint projects.

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.

Conspectus

Conspectus specializes in the provision of Incorporation Services, Corporate Management and Financial Advisory. Located in Cyprus, a well-known International Business Center we offer our services to a wide range of local and international companies a

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.

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.

Iran earns more from tax than oil for first time in almost 50 years

President Hassan Rouhani’s economic strategy of significantly reducing Tehran’s dependency on oil starts to bear fruit Iran’s president Hassan Rouhani. The country’s oil revenues were significantly reduced as a result of falling prices and the US/EU

Investors tread carefully on ending of Iran sanctions

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Going Global

Going Global is the top UK national exhibition for businesses that are looking to expand internationally, export products or set up overseas operations.

Poland to invest in Iranian pharmaceutical industries

TEHRAN, Sep. 27 (MNA) – Iran’s Health Minister announced that Poland will invest in Iranian industries of pharmaceutics and medical equipment.

"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.

Invest in Iran: SteelMin to producers

Iran has sought investments of nearly `50,000 crore in infra, including ports, railways, highways.

Nuclear deal could open doors toward Iran-West relations

By Fatih Karimov – Trend: If the nuclear agreement is ratified by Iranian legal authorities, it can open doors toward relations between Iran and western countries, Iran Supreme Leader's Advisor for International Affairs Ali Akbar Velayati said.

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.

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

In a Mideast upset by cheap oil, more crude may enter market

DUBAI, United Arab Emirates (AP) — Across a Mideast fueled by oil production, low global prices have some countries running on empty and scrambling to cover shortfalls, even as more regional crude is on tap to enter the market.

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.

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

UAE banks to gain from open Iran

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

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 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.

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

Swiss envoy: Invest in Iran, Middle East's 'pole of stability'

Swiss ambassador to Iran addresses business conference in Zurich, as Europeans race back to do business with Iran,

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.

DUBAI (Reuters) – Iran will offer three gas fields to foreign investors at a conference in London later this year, an Iranian official said on Wednesd

Development of North Pars, Golshan and Ferdowsi gas fields will be offered to investors at the upcoming London conference where Iran is due to unveil its new contract model, managing director of Pars Oil and Gas Company (POGC) said, according to Shan

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.

Japanese companies may be next to invest in Iran’s rich mineral reserves

Japan’s leading steelmakers have announced interest in Iran’s mining projects, including production of precious metals such as titanium.

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

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.

Accor hotels enters Iran and starts its first hotel operation

Accor, Europe's largest hotel group by number of rooms, has started the operation of their first four-star Axis hotel in Tehran - Financial Times is reporting.

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.

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

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 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

Britain's Charlemagne plans Iran investment funds before sanctions lifted

(Reuters) - A British asset manager is teaming up with a Tehran-based firm to establish funds that will invest in the Iranian securities markets, in a sign that flows of foreign money into Iran may not wait for economic sanctions to be lifted.

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

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

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

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

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

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.

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

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.

Resolving Insolvency

Below is a detailed summary of the strengths and weaknesses in existing insolvency regulations in four areas: commencement of proceedings, management of debtor’s assets, reorganization proceedings and creditor participation.

Enforcing Contracts

Below is a detailed summary of the efficiency of contract enforcement.

Trading Across Borders

Below is a detailed summary of the procedural requirements for exporting and importing a standardized cargo of goods.

Paying Taxes

Below is a detailed summary of the taxes and mandatory contributions that a medium-size company must pay or withhold in a given year, as well as measures of administrative burden in paying taxes.

Protecting Minority Investors

Below is a detailed summary of the strength of minority shareholder protections against misuse of corporate assets by directors for their personal gain.

Getting Credit

Below is a detailed summary of two sets of issues—credit information registries and the effectiveness of collateral and bankruptcy laws in facilitating lending.

Registering Property

Below is a detailed summary of the steps, time and cost involved in registering property in Iran, Islamic Rep.

Getting Electricity

Below is a detailed summary of the procedures, time and cost required for a business to obtain an electricity connection for a newly constructed building in Iran, Islamic Rep

Dealing with Construction Permits

Below is a detailed summary of the procedures, time and costs to build a warehouse in Iran, Islamic Rep.

Starting a Business

Below is a detailed summary of the bureaucratic and legal hurdles faced by entrepreneurs wishing to incorporate and register a new firm in Iran, Islamic Rep.

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