Tehran Hosts Business Forum With Chile
Economy, Domestic Economy

Tehran Hosts Business Forum With Chile

The Iran-Chile Agriculture, Business Forum was held at Iran Chamber of Commerce, Industries, Mines and Agriculture’s headquarters in Tehran on Sunday. ICCIMA representative, Abolfazl Rahnama, hosted the meeting that was also attended by Sharif Chacoff, the head of the trade Office of ProChile for the Middle East, and Fernando Berguno, charge d’ affaires of Chile in Tehran, and business executives from both countries, IRNA reported on Monday. ProChile is the institution of Chile’s Ministry of Foreign Affairs, which is in charge of promoting the export of products and services. The institution contributes to dissemination of foreign investment opportunities and tourism promotion. The two sides discussed ways of increasing trade by boosting cooperation in agriculture and other business sectors.


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