TCCIMA Head  in Romania
Economy, Domestic Economy

TCCIMA Head in Romania

During a meeting between head of Tehran’s Chamber of Commerce, Industries, Mines and Agriculturee, Masoud Khansari, who was accompanied by a 20-strong trade delegation, and Romania’s Minister of Economy, Trade and Tourism Mihai Tudose in Bucharest on Thursday, the two sides discussed expanding bilateral trade and cooperation. “Tehran and Bucharest can cooperate in various sectors such as tourism, auto manufacturing, oil, gas, agriculture, petrochemicals and electronic equipment manufacturing,” said Khansari, adding that Romanians can make use of Iran’s potential in tourism, mining, agriculture and energy amid the new economic climate – referring to the July 14 nuclear deal between Iran and world powers and the prospective lifting of sanctions against the country.  The Romanian minsiter welcomed the prospect of cooperation with Iran and described the Iranian visit as “a step forward” in restoring the two countries’ trade ties, IRNA reported.

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