RIEIS second annual conference: Iran; It's Role, Security & Economic Partnership
26-27 in Tehran, Iran
Developments in the Persian Gulf – Middle East
region continue to top the world's political agenda. We are facing high tensions
and serious concern about the prospects for peace and stability in the region,
on which economic and social progress as well as business and investment
activities largely depend.
Predictability of events even for the near future
has become poor. Strategic planning and business decision making have become
More than any time, now we need to discuss and
debate on these developments and issues of concern at least for two
Firstly we may get a clear and correct sense of what is
happening and therefore can take correct and effective decision in our business
and secondly we will try to contribute to the process of finding acceptable and
Ravand Annual Conferences seek to play a role in
the consensus building process of the society by inviting major actors, namely
officials, entrepreneurs, academics, NGOs & International Organizations as
well as the media from Iran and the World to engage in a meaningful debate and
discussion of high and hot issues.
Market trends and changing dynamics of Geopolitics. Energy as a Foreign Policy
2- Regional Oil Projects in the Persian Gulf and the Caspian
basin. How can the littoral states carry- out joint projects in the common
3- Gas market, its developments and the possibility of cooperation
among gas producing countries.
4- Managing of challenges in financial and
foreign trade sectors, investment and financing, role of monetary and banking
institutions, regulating mass foreign purchases.
5- Iranian industries and
foreign markets, tariffs and excise policies, privatization, based on article
44 of the Constitution.
6- Management of challenges in Financial &
Foreign Trade sectors.
7- Emergence of environmental challenges and related
8- Iran in the Region, security Cooperation.
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