Iran, France can be good trade partners

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Tehran, 9/29/2015, IRNA – Deputy Minister of Industry, Mines and trade and head of Trade Development Organization Valiollah Afkhamirad said on Tuesday that Iran and France can be good trade partners in the wake of lifting the sanctions.
He made the remarks in a meeting with French trade, economic and commercial delegation in Tehran.
Referring to Iran’s competitive advantages, the deputy minister said that investment in Iran is so beneficial and Iranian foreign investment law has envisaged satisfactory conditions for foreigners.
Trade figures and statistics of the national economy indicated that Iran has good and high potentials for international trade and commerce and Iran is so serious to join the World Trade Organization (WTO).
He expressed hope that Tehran and Paris would expand cooperation in the field of oil and gas, as oil executive, Total S.A. of France, was already involved in Iranian oilfield development project before the sanctions.

Afkhamirad said that Iran is among first 10 countries in the world in the field of mines and decided to increase its steel output to 50 million tons in next 10 years.
He said that there are good grounds for foreign investment in the field of mines in Iran.
On petrochemical industry, he said that Iranian companies produced 60 million tons of petrochemicals, which is to reach 120 million tons upon planning.
Afkhamirad said that Iran is inviting all countries for participation and investment in different sectors of industry, mines and trade, to increase outputs for export to the other countries.

Vice-President of France Employers Association (MEDEF) De cils Jee, who is heading the French delegation, said that Iran and France have longstanding background for economic, trade and industrial cooperation.
Referring to JCPOA agreement, he expressed hope that bilateral ties between the two countries would expand to the past levels.
He said that presence of the French big economic delegation in Iran means desire of the French companies for cooperation with Iran and expansion of ties to the European level. Tehran, Sept 29, IRNA – Deputy Minister of Industry, Mines and trade and head of Trade Development Organization Valiollah Afkhamirad said on Tuesday that Iran and France can be good trade partners in the wake of lifting the sanctions.

He made the remarks in a meeting with French trade, economic and commercial delegation in Tehran.
Referring to Iran’s competitive advantages, the deputy minister said that investment in Iran is so beneficial and Iranian foreign investment law has envisaged satisfactory conditions for foreigners.
Trade figures and statistics of the national economy indicated that Iran has good and high potentials for international trade and commerce and Iran is so serious to join the World Trade Organization (WTO).

He expressed hope that Tehran and Paris would expand cooperation in the field of oil and gas, as oil executive, Total S.A. of France, was already involved in Iranian oilfield development project before the sanctions.
Afkhamirad said that Iran is among first 10 countries in the world in the field of mines and decided to increase its steel output to 50 million tons in next 10 years.
He said that there are good grounds for foreign investment in the field of mines in Iran.

On petrochemical industry, he said that Iranian companies produced 60 million tons of petrochemicals, which is to reach 120 million tons upon planning.
Afkhamirad said that Iran is inviting all countries for participation and investment in different sectors of industry, mines and trade, to increase outputs for export to the other countries.
Vice-President of France Employers Association (MEDEF) De cils Jee, who is heading the French delegation, said that Iran and France have longstanding background for economic, trade and industrial cooperation.

Referring to JCPOA agreement, he expressed hope that bilateral ties between the two countries would expand to the past levels.
He said that presence of the French big economic delegation in Iran means desire of the French companies for cooperation with Iran and expansion of ties to the European level.

Source: www.irna.ir

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