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Danish Aviation Mission in Tehran

ADanish delegation, including representatives of the country’s aviation companies, arrived in Tehran on Monday for a three-day visit. Ramboll, Copenhagen Airports CPH, ege, TKH Group, power stow, lpt, fibrenetix, Insero Software and Terma have sent representatives to Iran, public relations…

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The Danish Minister of Taxation visits Iran

In Tehran, the Danish Minister of Taxation met with Dr. Ali Tayebnia, the Iranian Minister of Economic Affairs and Finance. Discussions focused mainly on the process towards a future agreement regarding avoidance of double taxation. Support to capacity building of…

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Copenhagen Hosts Forum With Iranian Businessmen

A 20-member Iranian delegation comprising representatives of Tehran Chamber of Commerce, Industries, Mines and Agriculture attended a joint business forum with their Danish counterparts in Copenhagen on Thursday. The two sides surveyed possibilities of bilateral cooperation in a range of fields,…

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Six Arrested after Attack on Iran’s Embassy in Denmark

The arrests were made on Thursday after the six, described as four Iranian expatriates seeking asylum in Sweden and two others holding Swedish residency, violated the Iranian diplomatic premises in the Danish capital. The incident saw the invaders entering the…

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Danish Companies Seek Energy Contracts

Denmark’s ambassador to Tehran has called for strengthening oil and gas ties with Iran, signaling the readiness of Danish companies to return to Iran’s petroleum industry. Danny Annan, who accompanied a visiting energy and trade delegation, made the statement on…

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Mahan Air Launches Copenhagen Route

Iranian carrier Mahan Air has expanded its ever-growing flight network by launching direct flights between Tehran and the Danish capital Copenhagen. The carrier now flies directly to Copenhagen twice a week, on Thursdays and Sundays, ISNA reported. “The launch of…

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What to Know About Doing Business in Iran

Foreign companies, foreign governments, and Iranians expected to see improvements to Iran’s investment climate after implementing a nuclear deal and sanctions relief in the country. But peruse some of the recent headlines about Iran, and you might wonder whether the…

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ICCIMA Outlines Cooperation Priorities With 5 Countries

Iran Chamber of Commerce, Industries, Mines and Agriculture has set out cooperation priorities with five countries in Asia and Europe, namely China, Germany, Austria, Denmark and Portugal. This follows the new economic climate emerging after the January lifting of sanctions…

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Iran is the Next Big Thing

Between January 4th and 5th, the Minister for Foreign Affairs visited Tehran with a large business delegations on a total of 58 Danish companies. The Danish commercial-delegation visit happens at a time when both the political and commercial focus on…

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IRAN , NEW MARKETS & FRONTIERS

NEW MARKETS NEW FRONTIERS by Thomas Bustrup, Deputy Director General Confederation of Danish Industry Karen Haekkerup, CEO Danish Agriculture & Food Council Jakob Ullegard, Director Danish Shipowners’ Association Jens Klarskov, CEO Danish Chamber of Commerce Halldor Halldorsson, Business Development Manager Danish…