Maersk eyes big potential in the Iranian market

If the sanctions against Iran are lifted following the international deals that have been agreed upon, then a great potential market will be waiting, the Maersk Group tells ShippingWatch.

By all accounts, Maersk Group is counting down to the day where the sanctions against Iran are lifted, as everything indicates will happen. According to a statement from the conglomerate to ShippingWatch, the company's HQ in Copenhagen believes is that there is a "great potential" that can be utilized if the market is opened.

"In the event of lifting of international sanctions, Iran will have great potential for new commercial business activity. Any decision on engagement from our side in energy or transport business would have to await full clarity of the sanctions repeal," writes the Maersk Group.

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