Caution advised on post-sanctions Iran
Previous trade sanctions imposed on Iran by the United Nations, the US and the European Union look likely to be lifted, but the industry is advised to reconnect with “caution”.
The lifting of the sanctions - which have restricted liquidity and constricted demand - will afford Iran the opportunity to rebuild after years of economic damage. Delegates at December's TOC Middle East conference will hear from regional experts on how the lifting of sanctions could influence the port and container terminal business.
Two senior Iranian port executives – Behzad Alsafi of Bandar Abbas Port Authority and Majid Asadi of Sina Port and Marine Company – will discuss the way forward for the country’s maritime trade and what needs to be done to integrate Iranian ports back into regional logistics networks at this year’s TOC Middle East.
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