Tehran-Doha Investment Committee
Economy, Domestic Economy

Tehran-Doha Investment Committee

In a meeting with Qatari Minister of Economy and Trade Ahmad bin Jasim bin Muhammad Al Thani, Iranian Vice President, Eshaq Jahangiri, expressed Tehran’s readiness for the enhancement of economic relations between Tehran and Doha, saying the two countries have “complementary” capabilities.

The Qatari minister, for his part, said Doha is seriously resolved to “strengthen and facilitate” trade exchange with Iran.

Additionally, Tehran and Doha plan to set up a joint investment committee in a bid to develop bilateral economic ties, minister of economic affairs and finance, Ali Tayebnia, stated during a meeting in Tehran with his Qatari counterpart, Ahmed bin Jassim Al Thani. Referring to the huge potentials for trade and investment in Iran, Tayebnia noted that, “Iranian companies possess high capabilities in the fields of technical and engineering services.”

The economy minister added that Iranian investors can take part in implementing construction and development projects in Qatar.


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