Iran’s gas manufacturing industry has caught the eye of many foreign investors after the nuclear accord but we have to wait and see what happens to the outcome of the talks, said the head of the Iranian Glass and Crystal Producers Association.
The head of Tehran Chamber of Commerce warns of a new class of rich people who were born under the previous government, saying they can become the bane of Iran’s economy.
The Iranian hand-woven carpets have been exported to 80 countries, said the head of the National Carpet Center.
Iran’s free trade zones are appropriate for the establishment of branches of Japanese banks and insurance companies, said Afkhamirad in a meeting with a top Japanese delegation.
The Spanish group is coming to Tehran to sign an MOU on cooperation with Iran Power & Water Industries Equipment and Services Export Company.
Italy’s Fata, the engineering unit of the country’s leading industrial group Finmeccanica, has signed a 500 million euro ($543 million) contract with Ghadir Investment Company to build a power plant in Iran.
Parliamentary and judicial exchanges, cooperation in education, and combating narcotics trafficking and organized crime were among issues raised at a meeting between the two top diplomats.
Termination of sanctions after the conclusion of a nuclear deal between Iran and P5+1 has prepared the ground for expansion of economic cooperation between the two countries, said Tayyebnia.
Mohsen Jalalpour said Iran will start to do the same thing two months after the formation of a chamber in the US.
According to Iranian officials, hotel groups from Germany, Greece, South Korea and Singapore have recently traveled to Iran for talks.