German CEO Optimistic About Iran Prospects
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German CEO Optimistic About Iran Prospects

The CEO of the international advisory firm Roedl & Partner from Germany–who has just opened his Tehran office–said that after the lifting of sanctions, a more clear image of Iran is being presented and the world is getting a better understanding of Iranian realities. Christian Roedl added that the situation is improving daily, which is “a positive process moving in the right direction”, as German and other European companies build up their Iran business. Roedl stressed that certainty and predictability of laws, regulations and business conditions in Iran are key to success in attracting foreign investment and participation. While announcing the opening of the Tehran office, he said the Iranian market presents a unique opportunity for investment and participation by international companies. “Roedl & Partner will help facilitate the entry of German and European companies into the Iranian market,” he said.

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