The Governor of Central Bank of Iran (CBI), Valiollah Seif, says the country has the capacity to attract $3500 billion worth of foreign investment in the next two decades due to its unique geopolitical and economic conditions.
The governor of Iran's Central Bank says a huge number of foreign investors are on their way to Iran due to the consistent policies adopted by the Iranian government to achieve its main economic goals.
A Croatian official says the East European state’s biggest bank has expressed willingness to deepen and expand relations with Iran.
Economic estimates indicate that Iran needs to sign a free trade agreement with Azerbaijan Republic if it wants to gain an appropriate share in the Azeri market.
Iranian and Chinese officials have called for expanding cooperation between the two sides’ banks in different fields.
Which are the most profitable markets for investment in Iran? This is perhaps the main question lingering in the minds of all investors and even those who are seeking to launch a business in Iran with their savings.
A senior Iranian lawmaker says the West’s refusal to remove Iran from the FATF’s blacklist is a breach of their commitments and a move to extract more concessions from the Islamic Republic.
Iranian foreign minister and German finance minister have conferred on Tehran-Berlin banking cooperation in a Monday meeting in Berlin.
The world’s anti-money laundering body, known as FATF, has extended the suspension of its restrictions on Iran, lauding the Islamic Republic’s commitment to implement measures to address shortcomings in its anti-money laundering policies.
Iranian Foreign Minister Mohammad Javad Zarif denounced the US government’s moves to seize or put freezes on Iran’s assets abroad as a plain case of international banditry.