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Can a company in Germany hire a remote worker from Iran?

If by "hire a worker" you mean hire you as their employee, then no. And that has nothing to do with Iran or sanctions. See https://expatriates.stackexchange.com/questions/23844/can-i-work-...
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Can a company in Germany hire a remote worker from Iran?

In addition to nvoigt's answer, it's worth mentioning that there are many things which may not be allowed to be performed by people in Iran by regulation or due to existing contracts with customers or ...
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Can I hire a resident of Iran in USA to work remotely?

Under US regulations pertaining to Iran sanctions, ยง560.201, Except as otherwise authorized pursuant to this part, and notwithstanding any contract entered into or any license or permit granted prior ...
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Is an Iranian independent contractor working remotely for a Cypriotic company required to report income to Cyprus?

There is a treaty between Cyprus and Iran which avoids double taxation. By your description, you are exclusively a resident of Iran, meaning that you are subject to Iranian tax law (article 4), also ...
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Can a US company employ Iranian person outside US?

If you are ordinarily an Iranian resident (have not fled the country) then 31 CFR 560.419 still applies, even if you e.g. happen to be working in Europe. The US "virtual embassy" to Iran ...
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How often is lex talonis applied in Iran?

Definitional Issues And Applicable Law There are some definitional issues here. There are three classes of offenses for which corporal punishment are authorized in Iran under Shia Islamic law. See ...
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Can a company in Germany lets its employee to work some months from iran remotely?

There are several problems. A German company will face tax and accounting issues if they have an employee (as opposed to a contractor) outside Germany. If the employee lives and works somewhere in ...
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Literary translation and copyright

A literary translation is unambiguously a derivative work protected by the copyright of the original untranslated work. So if the source work is not in the public domain, a translation cannot be ...
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