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Iran looking at Austria as gate to EU business

Iran looking at Austria as gate to EU business

Pedram Soltani emphasized that a wider economic cooperation between Iran and Austria could eventually expand Iran’s reach into the heart of Europe, particularly considering Vienna’s strategic location in the continent.

 Any decision taken by the EU must be positively welcomed by all its member

Any decision taken by the EU must be positively welcomed by all its member

Pedram Soltani elaborated on the support package adopted by the EU for Iran emphasizing that, “To pass judgment on the package, we need to assess the structure and the mechanism of power in the European Union.”

Europe earmarks $80bn for Iranian SMEs

Europe earmarks $80bn for Iranian SMEs

The Vice-Chairman of Iran Chamber of Commerce, Industries, Mines and Agriculture (ICCIMA) says that Europe does not want a volatile Middle East, adding the Europeans have allocated $80 billion to Iranian small and medium enterprises.

Czech Republic’s “Toward Iran” aims to expand economic ties

Czech Republic’s “Toward Iran” aims to expand economic ties

Czech Chamber of Commerce (CCC) has started implementing a scheme called ‘Towards Iran’ since two years ago which is aimed to expand economic relations with Iran, the portal of Iran Chamber of Commerce, Industries, Mines and Agriculture (ICCIMA) reported.

Businesses to Meet Zarif Over Chinese Banking Restrictions

Businesses to Meet Zarif Over Chinese Banking Restrictions

According to Pedram Soltani, Chinese clients are increasingly turning away from working with Iran, as making payments is extremely difficult and only possible through third-party countries.

Tangled Up in Business Rules and Regulations

Tangled Up in Business Rules and Regulations

What is to blame for Iran’s poor ranking in the Ease of Doing Business 2018 report is the sorry state of rules and regulation. Had the country’s rules and regulations been on a par with its infrastructures, the country’s ranking could have improved by 50 places in “Doing Business” report.