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Foreign policy Swiss still respect Iran nuclear deal despite US withdrawal

Switzerland is concerned about the potential consequences of the United States dropping out of the international nuclear deal with Iran. 

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Market access Geneva firm gets foothold in Iran

An engineering company from Geneva has become the first Swiss firm to win a contract with Iran’s oil and gas industries since international ...

Open for business Leading Swiss law firm opens office in Tehran

Python & Peter, a leading Swiss law firm, has set up an office in Tehran in a further sign of the country opening for business in the wake of the ...

Leftover sanctions Swiss businesses are ready for Iran, but banks aren’t

Swiss businesses are eager to get a foothold in the Iranian market now that most trade sanctions have been lifted, but restrictions still in place ...

Switzerland-Iran Iran and the Swiss connection – a guide

Switzerland, like much of the rest of the world, has an eye on deepening its trade relations and other opportunities emerging from Iran.

Post-nuclear deal Switzerland set to do business with Iran

Switzerland’s business representatives are beginning to explore the potential for trade with Iran, even though doing business with the ...

Nuclear deal Ex-ambassador sees economic potential in Iran

The framework agreement on Iran’s nuclear deal has generated a gold-rush atmosphere in the business world. The former Swiss ambassador in Tehran ...

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Podcast Swiss opportunities in Iran

Weighing Iran's opportunities  – and risks  –  for the Swiss after the nuclear deal