Provincial-Level Tie-Up
Economy, Domestic Economy

Provincial-Level Tie-Up

Chief executive of Bavaria’s Business and Industries Association, Bertram Brossardt, said his country aims to restore economic ties with Iran, particularly with Isfahan Province.
In a meeting between representatives from Isfahan’s Chamber of Commerce, Industries, Mines and Agriculture and members of the German association in Isfahan last week, Brossardt said both countries should take advantage of the opportunities created by the July-14 nuclear accord between Iran and the world powers, IRNA reported.
Also during the meeting, managing director of the Bavarian Business Training Group, Anna Engel Kohler, referred to education as a key factor in industrial firms’ success and said Bavaria is ready to hold specialized educational courses for Isfahan industries.
Deputy head of Isfahan’s chamber, Mostafa Ronasi, welcomed exchange of technical knowhow with Germany and establishment of technical training centers in the Iranian central province with German help.
The southern state of Bavaria is Germany’s biggest state, hosting many industries including the BMW, Audi auto makers and the electronics giant Siemens.

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