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The Iran-West Nuclear Deal: An Update

By John Richardson

MANY thanks to a good friend of the blog, Mark Mark Mirosevic-Sorgo, managing director of the Singapore-headquartered shipbrokers Braemar Quincannon for what follows – some excellent analysis of what the Iran-West nuclear deal might mean for the …

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Iran Remains Optimistic On Exports

                                    Dubai crucial for Iran

 

By Malini Hariharan

The blog recently had an opportunity to talk to a few Iranian companies and was impressed by their sanguine approach to the challenges posed by the new round of sanctions.

This too …

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China, Russia To Boost Iranian Ethylene Trade?

Iran’s South Pars gas field

Source of picture: www.petropars.com

 

By John Richardson

THE ability of Iran to further exploit its huge natural gas reserves – and in so doing maintain ethylene exports at constant levels throughout the year – …

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Sinopec and Iran’s NPC Sign Investment MOU

Out of the investment deep-freeze?

Source: tehrandaily.wordpress.com

 

By John Richardson

A VERY interesting story from my colleague Bee Lin Chow on ICIS news today reports the signing of a memorandum of understanding (MOU) between Sinopec and Iran’s National Petrochemical …

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The Iranian investment struggle

 

Source of picture: www.textually.org

 

The political sensitivity surrounding Iran is so great that US-based companies are not even allowed to attend presentations by Iranian officials at conferences, a source said.

“I witnessed a recent walk-out during a presentation …

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