When the 1979 Islamic Revolution in Iran took place, its overriding objective was social justice achieved through helping the poor and ensuring political freedom. However, after almost four decades, the income of low-wage earners nationwide has plummeted as the wealthy have grown wealthier.
Academic research on Iranian managers is scarce, mainly because of the lack of business ties with foreigners and longstanding international sanctions. Relatively little is known about how Iranian managers, particularly those at smaller enterprises, perceive business collaboration with outsiders. In order to address this knowledge gap, we have conducted a major survey among Iranian managers in the industrial sector.
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.
I ran and Italy will on Thursday sign a framework credit agreement worth €5 billion whereby Rome will help Italian companies invest in Iran, an Italian Treasury source said on Wednesday. The accord foresees the opening of lines of credit to two Iranian banks by Invitalia, an Italian state-owned holding, in order to finance investment projects by Italian companies, the source said.
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.
Una grande opportunità economica che l'Italia e l'Europa ancora non riescono a cogliere, almeno nel campo dei grandi investimenti infrastrutturali, perché bloccate dalla paralisi imposta al sistema bancario dagli Usa. E' il quadro uscito dall'Iran-Italy Summit svoltosi di recente a Roma su iniziativa di The European House Ambrosetti, il secondo dopo quello a Teheran nel 2016, e che ha accolto anche una folta delegazione di imprenditori iraniani.