Market Publishers Ltd and VBM Sign Partnership Agreement

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Market Publishers Ltd and Vistar Business Monitor (VBM) signed a partnership agreement for quality market research promotion on the Internet.

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Market Publishers Ltd and Vistar Business Monitor (VBM) signed a partnership agreement for quality market research promotion on the Internet. is now authorised to distribute and sell research reports worked out by VBM.

“We are happy to have partnered with a new publisher – Vistar Business Monitor, a consulting group that provides detailed coverage of all aspects of Iran’s economy and business, including the macro-economy, insurance, banking, automotive, petrochemical, oil, gas, trade, transportation, mining and metals, IT, among others. VBM issues different periodical publications, conducts market research, performs feasibility studies, examines industrial sectors, analyses the stock market and provides clients with the venue necessary for a better understanding of the country’s economy and business environment. The company focuses on giving clients the clarity to come to the right decisions and take the proper actions. VBM’s customised business solutions will undoubtedly be indispensable to our clients seeking to create and maintain a sustainable competitive edge,” commented Natalie Aster, Assistant Manager at Partners Department.

New research reports by VBM:

Iran Mining and Metals Industry News and Analysis Weekly Report. Iran seeks to chisel out a name amid the globe’s leading mining companies, enticing overseas prospectors into a sector which boasts some of the world’s most enormous riches but remains largely underdeveloped. At present, Iran is producing around 400,000 metric tons of aluminum per year, planning to increase it to 1 million tons in the oncoming years. The research report draws up an elaborate picture of the mining and metals industry in Iran. It provides comprehensive coverage of all important industry related issues, covering iron ore, steel, copper, lead, zinc, aluminum, decorative stones, cement, precious stones and metals, scrap metals, tiles & ceramics, other metals. The report also gives an insightful look at the most recent events pertaining to the sector.

Iran Banking, Insurance and Credit Industry News and Analysis Weekly Report. The publication not only investigates the major economic and business issues but also provides analyses, charts, and market reviews. With a focus on comprehensiveness, it presents macroeconomic data enabling to get beyond the headlines and gain access to the nuances that the topic entails. The performances of the key indexes of the Tehran Stock Exchange are covered in detail with the pertinent charts and analyses. Additionally, the study extensively reviews the financial news and covers risk assessment of the country’s investment environment with a view to the foreign exchange rate market.

Iran Weekly Report. The OPEC announced that the Iranian oil revenues, down by USD 8.3 billion, amounted to USD 53.6 billion in 2014. It said that Iran’s oil revenues have dropped by USD 47.8 billion in the last couple of years. Furthermore, the country has discovered possible oil shale in northern Semnan and southeast Kerman as the country is seeking to give an evaluation of its unconventional hydrocarbon reserves. Iran’s foreign debts were estimated at USD 5.2 billion at the end of the second month of the current year, with USD 428 million being in the category of short time debts and USD 4.78 billion being medium and long term debts. The publication provides all-round coverage of the top news in tandem with economy and political developments across Iran.

More details on the publisher and its publications can be found at VBM page.

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