Moscow to Host Business Forum With Iran
Economy, Domestic Economy

Moscow to Host Business Forum With Iran

More than 100 traders from Iran and Russia are scheduled to attend a two-day business forum that will open in Moscow’s Radisson Royal Hotel on May 24 to discuss ways of promoting bilateral trade and investment. Challenges and prospects of Iran-Russia cooperation, identifying the demands and characteristics of the Russian market, including consumer preferences, along with strategies for marketing and branding will be among the main topics of discussion at the forum, according to its organizer, Hassan Mortaji, IRNA reported. Mortaji has called on Iranian traders to take advantage of export opportunities offered by the Russian government, such as a 25% discount on customs duties and low transportation costs, to gain a foothold in the huge consumer market of the Russian Federation.

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