Qazvin, Gyeonggi to Expand Ties
Economy, Domestic Economy

Qazvin, Gyeonggi to Expand Ties

A delegation of South Korean officials and economic players, headed by Nam Kyung-pil, governor general of South Korea’s most populous province Gyeonggi, met members of Iranian Qazvin Province’s Chamber of Commerce, including its chairperson, Alireza Keshavarz Qasemi, in Tehran on Sunday. They signed a MoU to develop cooperation and boost trade, Iran Chamber of Commerce, Industries, Mines and Agriculture’s news service reported. “We plan to assign a permanent representative for cooperation between Gyeonggi and Iran to facilitate economic interactions in renewable energies, infrastructural projects and help transfer technology,” said Pil. Qasemi said there are 3,000 production units active in Qazvin and the province has good access to domestic and international markets, which make the province a valuable trade partner.


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