Czech Credit Line for Iran Trade
Czech Credit Line for Iran Trade

Czech Credit Line for Iran Trade

Czech Credit Line for Iran Trade

The Czech Republic government has considered opening a $100-million credit line to encourage trade with Iran, said Martin Tlapa, Czech deputy foreign minister, during a meeting with the Iranian economic delegation in Prague on Tuesday.
Masoud Khansari, the head of Tehran Chamber of Commerce, Industries, Mines and Agriculture, headed a 30-member Iranian delegation that attended a joint business forum in Prague on Monday.
Khansari also had a meeting with Minister of Industry and Trade of the Czech Republic Jan Mladek. The two emphasized the importance of boosting banking relations to boost bilateral trade. Tehran-Prague trade amounted to $59.1 million over the 11 months to November 2016.

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