A Third Mines and Mining Industries Exhibition (Minex 2014) opens in Tehran with some 90 foreign companies taking part.
Iran’s leading carmaker, Iran Khodro, says it has increased the number of cars it manufactures in Iraq to 50 per day, and that it plans to raise it to 100 in the future.
Iran’s chamber of commerce taps into foreign experience to promote business.
The last decade has seen Iran’s mining industry make progress, giving the production of gold bullion a leg-up.
Iranian officials say the mining industry is set for the inflow of foreign investment and steps have been taken toward attracting capital from abroad.
The southern province of Bushehr exported 2.049 billion dollars worth of non-oil Commodities during the first quarter of the current calendar year which started on March 21.
French giant automaker Renault once again voiced its readiness to resume its cooperation with Iranian carmakers in the near future.
Iran and Denmark are determined to increase their cooperation in technical and engineering fields, specially in the mining sector.
Iran and Germany plan to hold a major economic conference in Berlin on April 8, Executive Director of the Iranian Mines and Mining Industries Development and Renovation Organization (IMIDRO) Mehdi Karbasyan said.