IRAN NUCLEAR DEAL: IMPLICATIONS FOR BUSINESS
The July diplomatic deal promises to free Iran from some of the most crippling economic sanctions it has suffered since 2006. If the deal were implemented, it would unleash considerable investment and trade opportunities.
Our recognised Iran experts analyse the prospects for the nuclear deal to be fully approved and implemented, and its implications for doing business in and with Iran. We assess risks and opportunities for key industries. Specifically, we address a number of crucial questions:
- The timeline of the implementation of the deal and potential obstacles, including opposition from the US Congress.
- The attitude of Iranian companies and government officials towards foreign investors in several key sectors.
- The recently announced reform of oil contracts, designed to attract international companies.
- The domestic environment and its links to security would also be important to assess, especially in light of next year's Parliamentary elections.
- The state of the business and transport infrastructure in Iran.
- Corruption and integrity risk, for example in connection with public tenders.
- The risk of a cultural backlash against western symbols and brands.
- The risk of involvement in a regional armed conflict, as well as the risk of terrorism and sabotage against western interests within Iran.
- The dependability of local law enforcement and court systems.
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