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List of economic laws in Iran

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List of economic laws in Iran

The list of major laws and legal acts affecting trade in goods and services in Iran as of 2009:[1]

See also

References

  1. ^ The Memorandum of THE FOREIGN TRADE REGIME OF THE ISLAMIC REPUBLIC OF IRAN (2009).

External links

  • (English) List of Major Laws and Regulations in Iran - UN's Iran Trade Point Network
  • (English) Nourlaw.com - Latest news and comments on legal and trade-related developments in various areas of Iranian commercial and financial law and practice
  • (English) Laws of Free Trade Zones in Iran
  • (English) Electronic Commerce Law of Iran (2004)
  • (English) Laws and regulations relating to the Iranian Banking sector
  • Parstimes: Iran Law - List of resources on the internet relating to Iranian laws
Videos
  • Iran's New Commercial Law on a Five-Year Trial run - PressTV (2012)
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