Evaluating factors influencing the marketing of non-oil products for Iran"s exports to the EU

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Thesis (Ph.D.) - Loughborough University, 1998.

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  Third, Iran’s non-oil trade deficit is narrowing. Increasing economic activity outside the energy sector has allowed Iran to expand the export of non-oil products. As a result, by the Iranian year (), the non-oil trade deficit had shrunk to $ billion, down from $ billion only five years earlier. Unlike in the past, Iran.   The U.S. has placed new sanctions on Iran and a top American official has said more measures will follow, further restricting the Islamic Republic’s ability to export oil. Iran is exporting a. Sanctions relief will lead to an increase in Iran's oil production and exports, which had been subject to an EU embargo among other sanctions. Iran's crude oil production has been relatively flat over the past three years while sanctions were in place, averaging million barrels per day (b/d) in , representing 9% of total crude oil. According to FGE, Iran exported almost , b/d of petroleum products in , more t b/d higher than in but about , b/d lower than in because U.S. and EU sanctions affected Iran's ability to sell petroleum products as well. 16 Iran mostly exports fuel oil, LPG, and naphtha to Asian markets.

  The European Union imports 18% of Iran's total exports with Italy and Spain taking the largest amounts. Sri Lanka and Turkey are the most dependent on Iran's crude exports with . Governments and politics play a large role in international business. In this lesson, you'll learn about the political environment in international business, some of its key factors, and its impact.   Non-oil exports. Iran’s non-oil exports (Iran includes gas condensate in non-oil exports basket) declined 6% year-on-year last Iranian fiscal year to $ billion, while before the reimposition of sanctions (March Aug ) it had grown 13% year-on-year. This study covers the annual data from to Throughout this study, our empirical results indicate that the variables are cointegrated and the Granger causality test reveals evidence of uni-directional causality from oil and non-oil exports to economic growth. Therefore, we confirm that the export-led growth hypothesis is valid in Iran.

Because recently, Iran reduced their exports by , barrels a day, if I’m not mistaken. And Saudi Arabia and OPEC and non-OPEC countries, they’ve produced million barrels a day. Total Iranian crude oil production in , on an annual average basis, possibly ranging from 3 to million barrels a day; Iran’s National Oil Company has a long history of successful development and operations. It has highly qualified and experienced engineers and managers, adequate technology, and the direct experience of working in Iran.   In this picture, Iran’s non-oil exports — meaning all exports with the exception of crude oil and gas — will grow from $33 billion in to $ billion in Based on the projections of Iran Economics magazine, non-oil exports will have a % share in the country’s nominal gross domestic product (GDP) in the new Iranian year.   And it appears that Iran is making good on that promise. According to the Wall Street Journal, Iran’s deputy petroleum minister recently stated that his “country’s oil exports would reach million barrels, compared with around million barrels a day today. “We are like a pilot on the runway ready to take off.

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Evaluating factors influencing the marketing of non-oil products for Iran's exports to the EU. By Ali Sanaie. Abstract. A Doctoral Thesis. Submitted in partial fulfillment of the requirements for the award of Doctor of Philosophy of Loughborough thesis follows four main objectives.

First, it explores Iran's First Development\ud Author: Ali Sanaie. Evaluating factors influencing the marketing of non-oil products for Iran's exports to the EU. By A. Sanaie. Abstract. SIGLEAvailable from British Library Document Supply Centre-DSC:DXN / BLDSC - British Library Document Supply CentreGBUnited KingdoAuthor: A.

Sanaie. / Factors Affecting the Non-Oil Exports In Iranian Economy 2- gtotnexpt = + ggdpt - ggdpt-1 [] [] [] ggdp is the growth rate of gross domestic products and totnexp is the growth rate of non-oil exports. They found out that because the coefficients t statistics are less thanAuthor: Ali Farhadi, Farhad Ghaffari, Mahdi Taghavi.

A review of the importance of non-oil exports in Iran's sanctions condition of Iranian influence. predictors of new product success factors, with marketing proficiencies having additional. Iran exports more products than the average of MENA countries but many of its products are closely related to the oil sector (such as plastic and rubber products).

Iran needs to expand and intensify its trade with more partners if it is to increase non-oil exports and achieve the Sixth Development Plan target of growing non-oil exports to Factors Affecting The Non-oil Exports In Iranian Economy: Iranian Economic Review: مقاله 8، دوره 15، شماره 27، تابستان ، صفحه اصل مقاله ( K) نوع مقاله: Research Paper: شناسه دیجیتال (DOI): /ier نویسندگان: Ali Farhadi ؛ Farhad Ghaffari.

This paper aims to investigate the effect of sanctions on Iran’s non-oil exports during the period The method of this research is to document the data and analyze the econometric model with structural time series method which has modelled factors influencing non-oil exports.

A U.S. economic sledgehammer is falling on the Islamic Republic of Iran and global energy markets couldn’t care less – at least for now. Brent crude oil futures are up. The Bottom Line. Iran does not have the global influence on oil prices it once had in the s and s. Economic sanctions have hurt its ability to produce at capacity just as other developed.

a unit increase in non-oil export product impacted positively by 38% on the productive capacity of goods and services in Nigeria during the period. This was evident in the study that the policies on non-oil products during the period in Nigerian do not sufficiently encourage non-oil export, thus reduce their contributions to growth.

percent from the previous period. The rapid growth in Iran's non-oil exports in recent years was due to a policy of non-dependence on oil income and diversification of goods and services exported.

Bya quarter of Iran's non-oil exports were agricultural based. Iran’s agricultural sector contributed. to increase the volume of non-oil exports and to diversify the combination of these exports. Influential factors on exports In a broad classification, influential factors on exports can be divided into economic, scientific- technical, social- cultural and legal – political categories.

Economic factors. European Protection and Indemnity Clubs (P&I) coverage from EU companies. Iran's crude oil and condensate exports increased in late and have maintained a level above the average.

From January to MayIran's crude oil and condensate exports averaged million bbl/d, roughlybbl/d higher than the average, according. Keywords: Industrial Production, Oil Revenues, Non-oil Exports, Gross Domestic Product, Exchange Rate, Iran I.

Introduction One of the difficulties and challenges of Iranian economy is dependent on oil revenues. The share of oil revenues in the public state budget has been more than 80 percent and only in.

customers. Other factors of marketing mix affect on consumers’ behaviors are price and promotion in the next classification of efficacy, respectively. Shekofteh et al3 () in a study tried to identify and rank the marketing mix factors that influence the consumer buying decisions in buying Iranian tea (case study: city of Bojnord).

Taking all these factors together, we will conclude that rising Iranian oil exports in will moderate the price recovery rather than induce a further price collapse.

In the longer term, increased Iranian production will delay the return of oil prices to their to levels. Hennessey, ) mention that the combined value of world exports (in the form of physical goods or merchandise) reached $6 trillion in For the periodworld merchandise exports grew 4 percent or more in most years, exceeding world gross domestic product (GDP) growth.

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Iranian crude oil and lease condensate purchases. Iran's crude oil and condensate exports averaged million b/d in Inprior to sanctions, Iran exported million b/d, most of which went to Asia, particularly China (, b/d), India (, b/d).

Oil prices are driven by many factors including supply and demand. OPEC+, which is the amalgamation of OPEC and non-OPEC nations like Russia.

Iran's exports of crude oil were higher than expected in January and are at least holding steady this month, according to tanker data and industry sources, as some customers have increased.

The restoration of sanctions on Iran, which exports million barrels of oil a day and is the world’s fifth-largest exporter, may have implications for the market balance,” the IEA said in.

Baku, Azerbaijan, May 1. By Elnur Baghishov – Trend: There are four major factors which will make the US sanctions imposed on Iranian oil products. ASTANA - Some experts believe that the fall of the oil prices on the back of the news of the lifting of the sanctions against Iran was speculative.

Other experts, on the contrary, believe that the effect of the Iran factor on the oil prices cannot be ignored. An international teleconference bridge o.

Factors Affecting Investment in the Iranian Oil and Gas Sector Sanaz Jahan Bozorgi, Farzaneh Taheri Islamic Azad University of Marvdasht, Marvdasht, Iran The aim of this study was to investigate factors affecting investment in the oil and gas sector.

Therefore, the. He used the discovery to showcase Iran’s defiance in the face of economically crippling U.S. sanctions that have cut Iran’s oil exports to negligible levels. Atlantic Council. My book. Coffee production, exports and domestic consumption in Uganda () Source: FAO, Uganda is among top major coffee producers in the world.

Crude Oil Production in Iran increased to BBL/D/1K in September from BBL/D/1K in August of Crude Oil Production in Iran averaged BBL/D/1K from untilreaching an all time high of BBL/D/1K in November of and a record low of BBL/D/1K in October of This page provides the latest reported value for - Iran Crude Oil Production - plus previous.

The low volume of non-oil exports by Iran reflects the legacy of import substitution, a reliance on domestic markets, and the impact of sanctions. Iran trades with relatively few countries.

Iran exports its non-oil products mainly to the largest economies in Asia), with 37 percent of its non-oil exports. Iran’s non-oil export has shown noticeable growth in recent years. The gap between the oil export and non-oil export revenue has closed considerably, partly as a result of decline in the oil revenue, but mainly due to the rise in non-oil export.

There are certain interesting developments in Iran’s foreign trade. One is the direction of Iran’s trade and its trading partners that has. A rise in political risk has a variety of impacts on a country and companies operating within its borders.

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U.S. President Donald Trump said on Tuesday the United States was exiting an international nuclear deal with Iran and would impose new sanctions that seek to reduce oil exports .