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Iran: a guarded opening for business

Iran: a guarded opening for business

Iran: a guarded opening for business

Kasalana White Paper 7:
More than one year after the signing in July 2015 of the comprehensive nuclear agreement between Iran and the P5+1 group of world powers, Iran has yet to experience the widely expected surge in foreign companies entering the market. While there have been some notable deals signed, such as those with Airbus and Boeing for the supply of aircraft, large scale foreign direct investment remains elusive. International oil and gas companies have shown considerable interest and are widely expected to be some of the earliest large foreign investors but no significant deals have yet materialised...

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