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Tehran, Copenhagen Discuss Commercial Relations
Economy, Business And Markets

Tehran, Copenhagen Discuss Commercial Relations

Officials from Tehran Chamber of Commerce, Industries, Mines and Agriculture visited the Danish Trade Council in Copenhagen on Friday, where they called on the Danish government to take measures for boosting commercial relations between the two countries, especially with regard to export guarantees. “Danish firms told us they are still concerned about doing trade with Iran … We expect the [Danish] Foreign Ministry to make more efforts for normalizing commercial relations with Iran,” Masoud Khansari, TCCIM’s head, was quoted as saying by the chamber’s website. Susanne Hyldelund, undersecretary of Danish Trade Council, also said enhancement of commercial relations with Iran has been on her ministry’s agenda in recent months. “Banks will be more interested in working with Iran, once businesses from the two countries start working with each other,” she said. 

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