TCCIMA Mission Visiting Austria, Germany
Economy, Domestic Economy

TCCIMA Mission Visiting Austria, Germany

A delegation comprising 45 representatives of the private sector headed by President of Tehran Chamber of Commerce, Industries, Mines and Agriculture Masoud Khansari has left Iran on Sunday for a visit to Austria and Germany for surveying opportunities of cooperation with their counterparts in the two European countries.
The mission represents a wide range of industries, including industrial machinery and equipment, auto and auto parts industries, renewable energies, environmental technology, pharmaceuticals and medical equipment.
They will visit the Austrian states of Carinthia and Styria first before going to Germany’s Bavaria to meet with the state’s Minister of Economic Affairs and Media, Energy and Technology Ilse Aigner, IRNA reported.

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