Maersk Group is far from the only one to show interest in the opportunities on the large Iranian market. The Danish conglomerate has just been in Iran as part of a delegation headed by the Danish Minister for Foreign Affairs, Kristian Jensen, with the objective to get a foot in the door in the market which has been closed to business for four years as a consequence of western sanctions.
Yesterday, it emerged that Maersk is in negotiations regarding the utilization of the country's oil deposits. But there is also a significant need for new port facilities and development of the country's major carrier, Islamic Republic of Iran Shipping Lines, which has also encouraged cooperation with foreign companies.
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