The Iranian economy is one of the most dynamically developing in the Middle East.
Unlike other economics of the region, it is not based only on mining and sale of crude oil and natural gas.
Goods most frequently imported by Iranian firms are machinery, electronics and technology.
Despite the biggest Iranian business is still a public sector, private and cooperative equity dominates among big and middle firms.
Because of concluding the agreement on ceasing development of the Iranian nuclear program, in 2016 EU and USA lifted economic sanctions (including embargo on trade of some goods) imposed against this country.
Nowadays, the Iranian economic is now one of the most buoyant in the region and Iranian entrepreneurs actively seek for business relations with foreign countries.