Chinese Delegation to Visit Alborz
Economy, Domestic Economy

Chinese Delegation to Visit Alborz

A 13-member delegation of government officials and businesspeople are due to arrive in Iran’s Alborz Province on Monday to survey opportunities of bilateral cooperation with their Iranian counterparts, according to Masoud Qasemi, secretary-general of the province’s Chamber of Commerce, Industries, Mines and Agriculture. “Representatives of Chinese companies in the fields of energy, infrastructure, herbal and chemical medicine, processed foodstuff, textile, mines, automotive parts, office and house furniture, and decorations and commercial services will be visiting Alborz,” Qasemi said. Delegations from Ukraine, Bosnia, Italy, France, Croatia, Estonia, Poland, Portugal, Taiwan and India have recently visited Alborz about 35 km from the Iranian capital. Close to 3,500 production units are active in the province, making it one of Iran’s major industrial hubs.

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