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Iran’s natural resources and need for investment make it a country that provides great trade opportunities

Tapping into Iran’s true potential

It has the world’s largest gas reserves, the second-largest copper reserves and only three other countries in the world have more oil – Iran is open for business. 

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Australian Baha'i Community
A further challenge businesses entering Iran must face is the dire human rights situation, which has not improved under the "moderate" government. For example the Baha'i religious minority is systematically excluded and discriminated against in the Iranian economy, a form of economic apartheid. By refusing to perpetuate discrimination, Australian businesses can make a valuable contribution to the progress of Iranian society, while also protecting themselves from the legal risk and damage to reputation that result from being complicit in human rights abuses. Businesses need to be well briefed to navigate this situation effectively.

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