• Oil Jumps as US Decides to End Iran Waivers

    Oil Jumps as US Decides to End Iran Waivers

    The US administration said on Monday that it will not renew waivers that let countries buy Iranian oil without facing sanctions, a move that roiled energy markets and risks upsetting major importers such as China and India.

  • Iran's ECA Wants Fair Share in Neighboring Markets

    Iran's ECA Wants Fair Share in Neighboring Markets

    The Export Guarantee Fund of Iran, a state-owned export credit agency, has issued $3.4 billion worth of export insurance cover and guarantees for Iranian traders who export goods to Iraq over the past 10 years.

  • Swiss, Turkish Envoys Meet Iran's Top Banker

    Swiss, Turkish Envoys Meet Iran's Top Banker

    The governor of the Central Bank of Iran discussed bilateral banking and monetary cooperation with senior Swiss and Turkish diplomats on Thursday.

  • Iran Steel Exports Hit 5.4m Tons

    Iran Steel Exports Hit 5.4m Tons

    Major Iranian steelmakers exported a total of 5.54 million tons of steel during the last Iranian year (ended March 20, 2019) to register a year-on-year decline of 25%, latest data released by the Iranian Mines and Mining Industries Development and Renovation Organization show.

  • Iran, Bulgaria sign six MoUs to widen cooperation

    Iran, Bulgaria sign six MoUs to widen cooperation

    TEHRAN, Apr. 19 (MNA) – Iran and Bulgaria have signed six Memoranda of Understanding (MoU) to boost cooperation in different fields, including ports and marine transport, postal services, trade, meteorology, and standardization policies.

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BRICS Accounts for 30% of Iranian Non-Oil Trade
Iran traded 43.94 million tons of non-oil commodities worth $23.68 billion with BRICS nations during the 11 months to Feb. 19, registering a 9.47% and 8.34% decline in tonnage and ...
Exporters suggest using Chinese bank for trade with Iran
ISLAMABAD: Pakistani exporters wish to use third party banking channels, especially the Chinese bank, to do trade with Tehran since Pakistan has a paltry $35 million exports to Ira...

THE PARLIAMENT OF IRANIAN PRIVATE SECTOR INVITES YOU TO INVEST IN ONE OF THE HOTTEST DESTINATION FOR INVESTMENT, IRAN.

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Decreasing Inflation

During two recent years, the inflation rate in Iran has constantly been decreasing and in 2016 it change to one digit rate.

GDP Growth

After some years which the growth rate was negative or tiny, the current year is a hopeful one. As the international economic institutes predicted, the average growth of GDP of Iran will be around 5 percent.

Strategic location

Straddling the Persian Gulf and the Caspian Sea, Iran connects Central Asia to the open sea and West Asia to the Middle East, offering a unique and valuable location.

Mineral Resources

Iran is the MENA region's leading country in reserves and production of critical base metal including iron ore, zinc, steel, copper and lead.

Energy Security

Iran has close to one fifth of total global proved gas reserves and ranked 4th in proved crude oil reserves in the world.ble energy resources in the world.

Young & Educated

With some 3.7 million students at the various stages of higher education, Iran possesses some of the best educated youth in the developing world.

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Foreign Investment Promotion and Protection Act (FIPPA)

Chapter One

Definitions

Article 1. The terms and expressions used in

FIPPA shall have the following meanings:

FIPPA: The Foreign Investment Promotion and Protection Act. Foreign Investor: Non-Iranian natural and/or juridical persons or Iranians using capital with foreign origin, who have obtained the Investment License referred to in Article (6). Foreign Capital: Various types of capital, whether in cash and/or non-cash (in kind), imported into the Country by the Foreign Investor, and comprising the following: a) Cash funds in the form of convertible currency, imported into the Country through the banking system or other methods of transfer acceptable to the Central Bank of the Islamic Republic of Iran; b) Machinery and equipments; c) Tools and spares, CKD parts and raw, addable and auxiliary materials; d) Patent rights, technical know-how, trade marks and names, and specialized services; e) Transferable dividends of foreign investors; f) Other permissible items approved by the Council of Ministers. Foreign Investment: Utilization of Foreign Capital in a new or existing economic enterprise after obtaining the Investment License. Investment License: The license issued for each Foreign Investment in accordance with Article 6 of FIPPA.


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