Iran private sector urges Europe to implement INSTEX

Iran Chamber of Commerce, the umbrella group of all Iranian private sector, says the three European countries - Germany, France, UK - need to speed up the process of their special financial channel with Iran in the wake of US sanctions.

Iran Chamber

French Renault could come back to Iran ’in future’

Renault could get back to business in Iran in 2020 should democrats win presidential elections and re-enter the US into the 2015 nuclear deal and remove sanctions. However, it’s hard to predict how the new US political scene will unfold next year.


Iran to register INSTEX mirror company soon, calls it STFI

The announcement comes after a visit to Iran by INSTEX president Per Fischer to work out details of the payment channel. Negotiations have been going on in various levels so that the channel starts work soon.

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New Delhi optimistic about securing 2nd Iran oil waiver: Indian envoy

Indian Ambassador to Iran Gaddam Dharmendra says a team from his country is currently negotiating with the US authorities to obtain another exemption to keep buying Iranian crude. He also talked about how India’s SPV is different from the European INSTEX.


Iran-India joint business forum

Indian Ambassador to Iran Gaddam Dharmendra, UCO Bank Chief Representative in Iran Sabeer Nazeem, Indian and Iranian tradesmen and women attend a joint Iran-India business forum, presided by Mohammad Reza Karbasi, Deputy Iran Chamber of Commerce, Industries, Mines and Agriculture (ICCIMA) in international affairs.

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Indian SPV with Iran running since 6 months ago: Envoy

New Delhi says it knew that US President Donald Trump Administration would withdraw from the nuclear deal and reimpose sanctions. So, it started to put in place a Special Purpose Vehicle (SPV) to make sure its trade ties with Iran are secured.


INSTEX president in Iran to work out details

Per Fischer, the former German banker who has been appointed to run the European special payment channel INSTEX, has arrived in Iran in a bid to iron out the details of the financial scheme.


French seed-maker Vilmorin already trading with Iran, awaits INSTEX

The firm says its has been selling vegetable and grain seeds to Iran after the reimposed US sanctions triggered banking channels. The company is now eyeing the new European financial mechanism to continue sales to the Middle Eastern nation.


INSTEX will provide opportunities for British firms to engage with Iran: UK Commissioner

Simon Penney, the British government’s Trade Commissioner for the Middle East, Afghanistan and Pakistan has said in talks with Hossein Selahvarzi, Vice President of Iran Chamber of Commerce, Industries, Mines and Agriculture (ICCIMA) that European financial mechanism can facilitate trade with Iran.


Iran, the one country in region British firms keen on doing business with: UK commissioner

Simon Penney, the most senior British trade commissioner is in Iran in a bid to see for himself trade and business opportunities with for UK-based companies in Iran. He reiterated that British firms are very keen on developing their business ties with Iran from all the countries in the region.