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Tehran Hosts Iran-Finland Business Forum
Economy, Domestic Economy

Tehran Hosts Iran-Finland Business Forum

Finland’s deputy minister of economic affairs and employment, Petri Peltonen, and deputy head of Iran Chamber of Commerce, Industries, Mines and Agriculture, Pedram Soltani, attended a joint business forum in Tehran on Monday. The two sides surveyed ways of expanding bilateral interactions. Energy, mining, technology transfer and geological research were the fields in which the two sides showed interest for bilateral cooperation, IRNA reported. According to figures released by the Islamic Republic of Iran Customs Administration, Iran exported $315,000 worth of goods from Finland and imported more than $123 million worth of commodities from that country in return over the 10 months to January 19.

 

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