Under the agreement, Germany will build several solar farms in Tehran, Tabriz and Isfahan as Iran embraces clean energy, Ali Barband said.
The agreement between the Ministry of Energy and the foreign firm envisages developing gas-powered plants for 3,250 MW and wind farms for 1,000 MW of electricity, Nobakht said.
Bavaria’s minister for economic affairs has described Iran as a very attractive and profitable market for European enterprises.
A deputy economy minister has said that efforts to develop Iran-Brazil ties have gained momentum and that the two countries have inked deals on customs, double taxation and joint ventures.
Brazil has always been among the priorities of Iran’s foreign policy, Zarif said at a meeting with the Brazilian minister of development, industry and trade.
Industry Minister Mohammad Reza Nematzadeh has said that Iran has set a target of $190b in exports for 2025.
The head of Iran’s Chamber of Commerce has said that an inflated government can do little to pave the way for a resistance-based economy to grow.
Industry Minister Nematzadeh has said that Iran, Afghanistan and Germany can make profitable investment in different mining and industrial sectors.
A deputy minister of industries, mines and trade has said that if Iran fails to get the WTO membership, it will definitely face multiple challenges down the line.
There are a lot of trade grounds for the Iran and Japan to boost cooperation, said Nematzadeh.