Economy, Domestic Economy

Mexico to Expand Ties

Mexico to Expand Ties Mexico to Expand Ties

A Mexican trade delegation has signed agreements with Iranian officials to expand bilateral trade ties, the public relations office of Iran’s Chamber of Commerce, Industries and Mines announced Tuesday. The agreements were signed during a meeting at the ICCIM in Tehran on Monday. In the meeting, Abolfazl Rahnama, ICCIM’s general director for Europe and America affairs stated that Iran can play as a regional center for import and distribution of Mexican goods in Central Asia. Rahnama also pointed to the important role of Mexico as a gateway for Iran to enter the Latin American market. The Mexican ambassador to Iran, Ulises Canchola Gutierrez, who was also attending the meeting, vowed to try his best to help expand bilateral trade ties during his tenure in Tehran. Iranian and Mexican Industrialists and businessmen exchanged views on possible avenues for cooperation at the end of the meeting. Last February, President Hassan Rouhani announced that Iran is willing to expand political, economic and cultural relations with Latin American countries.