Would The End of Iran Sanctions Reshape The Market and Trade In The Middle East?

Iran’s nuclear agreement and end of the sanctions will open huge gates for businesses with strong enlargement of the trade markets. It is clear that the new situation will bring an ever increasing influx of world’s corporations to Tehran to make contacts and voice their interest in particular, oil and gas, aerospace, cars and lorries, steel, aluminium and banks (http://www.theguardian.com/world/2015/apr/02/end-of-iran-sanctions-will-open-gates-to-companies-keen-to-enlarge-markets).

With the instabilities in many countries in the MENA region, Iran would be among attractive trade partners for foreign investors. However, one question remains: to which extent would the end of Irans sanctions reshape the market in the MENA region where Iran is already in conflict with many countries in the region.



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