100 Foreign Firms to Attend Iran Investment Forum
100 Foreign Firms to Attend Iran Investment Forum

100 Foreign Firms to Attend Iran Investment Forum

100 Foreign Firms to Attend Iran Investment Forum

Some 100 companies from China, Germany, Denmark, Finland, France, Russia, Japan, Serbia, South Korea, Spain, Switzerland, Sweden, the UAE, Hong Kong and the UK have expressed their readiness to attend Iran Economic and Investment Opportunities Forum scheduled for Nov. 25-28 in Tehran. Representatives from these foreign companies will survey avenues of bilateral cooperation with their Iranian counterparts in a host of fields, including tourism, new energies, agriculture, oil and gas, petrochemicals, auto manufacturing, mining and foodstuff, the news portal of Iran Chamber of Commerce, Industries, Mines and Agriculture reported.

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