Locked content PAIH: exports to Iran increased fivefold since embargo ended

After trade sanctions against Iran were lifted last year, the value of Polish exports increased fivefold, while imports grew six times, Tomasz Pisula, president of the Polish Investment and Trade Agency (PAIH) said. According to the Central Statistical Office (GUS) data, in 2015, Poland exported goo...

Locked content Iranian LNG projects and oil imports are available for Poland

“On March 2 we finished our economic mission to Iran, which was organized by the Polish Ministry of Development. After the abolition of most commercial and financial sanctions, Iran is becoming one of the most important markets in the Middle East region. We see it as a chance for Polish compan...

Locked content Export credit insurance for Polish companies in Iran made available

Export Credit Insurance Corporation Joint Stock Company (KUKE) has enabled Polish entrepreneurs to insure Iran export credits. Medium and long-term export credits insurance and investments to Iran guaranteed by the State Treasury (Skarb Państwa) are available from March 1, 2016. The Export Credit In...

Locked content Orlen eyes Iran

Poland’s largest refiner, PKN Orlen is interested in investments in the Iranian oil sector in the event that economic sanctions imposed on the country are lifted, according to Shana press agency. At a conference, where conditions of new contracts for mining activity in Iran were presented, Jar...

Locked content Polish-Iranian Business Council created

Poland and Iran are tightening their economic ties. On September 11, the Polish-Iranian Business Council was established, according to a press release. The council was formed during a conference on “How to export to Iran”, held in Warsaw. The Chairman of the Council, Jacek Sosnowski, ste...