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Booking.com Wind-Down Not to Affect Iran’s Tourism

Booking.com’s restrictions are unlikely to have a significant impact on inbound tourism but may affect Iranians’ foreign travel
Booking.com is restricting its services for Iran following US withdrawal from JCPOA. Booking.com is restricting its services for Iran following US withdrawal from JCPOA.
Hotels never managed to interact directly with the customers through the website due to the unsolved issue of money transfer

The leading hotel reservation website Booking.com's wind-down of operations regarding Iran is unlikely to have a significant effect on the country's tourism industry, according to a top official. 
The booking platform, whose parent company is based in the US, had added 70 Iranian hotels to its reservation platform and facilitated booking for Iranians who faced difficulty in online international payments after Iran's agreement with world powers on its nuclear program in 2015, known as Joint Comprehensive Plan of Action.

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