Dubai to host sem­i­nar on Iran and its po­ten­tials

The Pak Banker - - INTERNATIONAL BUSINESS/SPORTS -

Com­pa­nies around the world are ea­ger to find out what the tem­po­rary re­lax­ation of sanc­tions, in ad­di­tion to the fu­ture ex­pected lift­ing of sanc­tions, could mean for ac­cess­ing the Ira­nian mar­ket. The re­cent sus­pen­sion of cer­tain sanc­tions against Iran and the ex­pec­ta­tion of sub­se­quent sus­pen­sions is open­ing dis­cus­sion about the cur­rent mar­ket sit­u­a­tion in Iran and its fu­ture op­por­tu­ni­ties.

Com­pa­nies around the world are ea­ger to find out what the tem­po­rary re­lax­ation of sanc­tions, in ad­di­tion to the fu­ture ex­pected lift­ing of sanc­tions, could mean for ac­cess­ing the Ira­nian mar­ket. In­dus­tries that are im­me­di­ately af­fected by the sus­pen­sion of sanc­tions in­clude petro­chem­i­cals, au­to­mo­tive, bank­ing and gi­nance, civil avi­a­tion, gold and pre­cious metals, crude oil, trad­ing, trans­porta­tion and mar­itime in­sur­ance. Iden­ti­fy­ing mar­ket en­try in a fron­tier mar­ket such as Iran, while stay­ing com­pli­ant but not ac­qui­esc­ing, re­quires re­search and a well-thought-out strat­egy cou­pled with the cor­rect con­tacts to avoid un­nec­es­sary pit­falls.

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