Doing business in Iran

Spinks, Nigel
April 1976
Accountancy;Apr1976, Vol. 87 Issue 992, p66
Trade Publication
The article analyzes the advantages and disadvantages of foreign investment in Iran. An importer having exclusivity for Iran is required to import sufficient spares to meet requirements and to set up suitable servicing facilities. Possible imports into Iran are divided into authorized, unauthorized and prohibited categories. Tariff barriers are extremely high in Iran.


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