The governor of Iran’s Central Bank says a huge number of foreign investors are on their way to Iran due to the consistent policies adopted by the Iranian government to achieve its main economic goals.
Central Bank Governor Valiollah Seif said the government of Iran is set to sign a number of agreements with foreign investors in the next couple of weeks.
“I hope with the attraction of new foreign investments, we would be able to create more jobs in our country,” he noted in an address to a ceremony marking the beginning of two national plans for job creation in Iran.
He added new financial deals with foreign investors are being signed, saying, “Today we are witnessing a growing demand for signing agreements from foreign companies.”
“Given economic experiences of the Islamic Republic over the past decades as well as vulnerability of Iran’s economy against domestic and foreign shocks, the Iranian officials have adopted certain economic measures to cope with the economic problems under the guidelines of the Leader of the Islamic Revolution,” he added, according to a Farsi report by Al-Alam News Network.