Economia dell'Iran (28)
ehran Mayor Mohammad Ali Najafi has asked polish investors and companies to take part in smart city projects in the Iranian capital, Fars reported on Wednesday. Najafi made the remarks in a joint economic forum held during his four-day trip to the Polish capital with Warsaw Mayor Hanna Beata Gronkiewicz-Waltz.
Following the implementation of the Joint Comprehensive Plan of Action (the formal name of Iran’s nuclear accord with world powers) that helped Iran’s banking system resume correspondent relations with foreign lenders, Bank Day has taken measures to make the most of this opportunity, the bank’s CEO announced.
Government officials and investors all agree that Iran needs to improve its business climate to attract the needed investment for job creation. One of the phenomena that can help ease the process of doing business is the country’s customs organization.
Facilitating foreign financing has been among the top items on Iranian President Hassan Rouhani’s agenda since the signing of the nuclear deal in 2015. Under the current circumstances, with domestic lenders grappling with a credit crunch, the best alternative appears to be embracing foreign capital to help boost economic output.
In its latest report on easing doing business index, the World Bank has put Iran at the position of 120 among 190 countries. Dr. Hossein Mirshojaeian, the deputy finance and economic affairs minister, is of the opinion that submitting precise data and information by the country to the World Bank and also changing specific methodologies have contributed to the improvement.
The Third International Exhibition on Pharmaceuticals and Related Industries, also known as Iran Pharma 2017, opened in Tehran on Tuesday. Attended by top industry officials and more than 500 local and foreign companies from 30 countries, the expo concludes on Thursday.