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Category: Invest in Iran Guidance

Under provisions of Iran’s Foreign Investment Promotion & Protection Act (FIPPA),foreign investors investing within the framework of contractual arrangements such as buy-back shall also have the right to make transfers abroad by using the mechanism of purchasing foreign exchange from the banking system of Iran. In consideration of their specific nature of investment and as stipulated in the Note of Article of the Implementing Regulations of FIPPA, these investors also have the privilege to make the transfers through export of goods, without giving up the right to purchase foreign exchange from the banking system.

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What are the sectors open to foreign investment in Iran under FIPPA?

Sectors open to foreign investment in Iran are vastly diversified and include all producing activities for the purpose of development in all areas of industry, mining, agriculture and services including tourism sector.

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Are foreign state-owned companies authorized to invest in Iran in accordance with FIPPA?

Foreign state-owned companies may invest in Iran in accordance with FIPPA, and enjoy privileges available under the law.

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Is it possible to extend the validity, and how?

Yes, foreign investor may apply for the extension of the validity of the investment license, prior to expiration, by way of submission of justifiable reasons. The investment board will review the application and determine a new period for importation of…

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Is the validity of the investment license limited time wise?

Yes. Upon the notification of investment license, the foreign investor is required to bring an appropriate portion of his capital into the Country, within a period determined by the investment board on the basis of the peculiarities of the investment…

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How investments by Iranian nationals can be covered under FIPPA?

Investments by Iranian nationals can enjoy privileges of FIPPA on the condition that their capital has been sourced from foreign origin and, further to that; the investor has submitted documentary evidence proving their economic and commercial activities outside the Country.

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Who is qualified to invest in Iran?

All foreign natural and juridical persons, international organizations, institutions and companies as well as Iranian natural and juridical persons are qualified to invest in the Country in accordance with the provisions of FIPPA.

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What issues are specified in the investment license?

Many issues such as area of investment, Iranian and foreign shareholders, type and method of investment, volume and percentage of foreign investment, the manner for transfer of dividend and profit gained as well as other terms and conditions pertinent to…

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Are there any other facilities and privileges available to foreign investors?

Other facilities and privileges contemplated under FIPPA and its Implementing Regulations are as follows: – Convertibility and transfer ability of the funds resulting from various investment and transfer of technology agreements; – Possibility of submission of investment disputes to international…

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What are protects foreign investment rights and privileges?

Fundamental rights recognized under FIPPA in favor of foreign investors are as follows: – The right to transfer profits (dividends) as well as capital and gains oncapital in foreign exchange; – The right to receive compensation resulting from expropriation (deprivation…

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What law protects foreign investment in the Islamic Republic of Iran?

The law protecting foreign investment in Iran is the Foreign Investment Promotion and Protection Act ratified in 2002 which is hereinafter referred to as FIPPA. The scope of applicability of the FIPPA grants to the territory of the Islamic Republic…