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The country also has 28 insurance firms, 7 free zones and 14 special economic zones.
Iran possesses significant hydrocarbon resources, and around 40% of its total national budget is generated from oil revenues.However the positive effects on its economy have been slow to materialize due to falling oil prices.The IMF put the country’s GDP at $416.5 billion in 2014 and projects that growth for 2015-16 will be no higher than 0.5%.It is your responsibility to check with the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of the Islamic Republic of Iran for up-to-date information. UAE and limited consular services are provided through the Embassy of Canada in Ankara.For more information, visit Government of Canada Web site: Tourist visa: Required Business visa: Required Student visa: Required Pilgrimage visa: Required Press visa: Required Transit visa: Required For business travellers, the host company must contact the Passport and Visa Department of the Iranian Ministry of Foreign Affairs prior to your arrival to complete the necessary paperwork. Contact details for the Consulate and Embassy are:[email protected] (for consular services) [email protected] (for trade related queries)The following information is provided as a reference for business travellers.It has nonetheless championed a policy of diversification, and its industrial base is fairly developed compared to its peers.
Following the easing of some international sanctions, Iran’s access to international markets has improved.
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Hard currency shortfalls have created two exchange rates.
However, the divergence between the two is closing, and in March 2016 stood at between 12-15%.
Iran’s access to SWIFT banking network has been re-established, yet major Western banks continue to be hesitant to re-start ties with their Iranian counterparts, pending clarification by the US which had previously imposed multi-billion dollar fines on many institutions.