TCCIM to Host German, Austrian Missions
Economy, Domestic Economy

TCCIM to Host German, Austrian Missions

Tehran Chamber of Commerce, Industries, Mines and Agriculture is scheduled to host a trade delegation from the German state of Bavaria in the Iranian capital on May 1, TCCIM’s news portal said.
The visiting delegation will consist of representatives of German companies active in the fields of electronics, electrical engineering, health, food, agriculture, exhibition services, investment consultancy, risk management, environment, industrial machinery, oil and gas.
It will survey ways of expanding bilateral economic ties with Iranian counterparts from the private sector.
Moreover, TCCIM expects another delegation from Vienna’s Chamber of Commerce and Industry on May 8.
Representatives from Austrian companies active in the fields of oil and gas, environment, water management, tourism, food, construction, renewable energies and plastic are scheduled to hold talks in Tehran with Iranian businesspeople for boosting bilateral trade.  


Short URL : https://goo.gl/YBPWYB
  1. https://goo.gl/wi8B42
  • https://goo.gl/OJCWB7
  • https://goo.gl/HteQpb
  • https://goo.gl/gM9xz7
  • https://goo.gl/sGvSxD

You can also read ...

BMW’s Tech-Stuffed Concept SUV Heralds Fancy, Electric Future
Changing notions of what customers want from cars have pushed...
Tesla Hits New Speed Bump
Tesla Inc’s Chief Executive Officer Elon Musk on Sunday...
Oil & Gas Sector Most Conducive for Business
The research arm of Iran’s Parliament has conducted a first-of...
3 CBI Officials  to Leave
Following the recent passage of the law banning the employment...
CBA Concerned About Forex Outflow to Iran
The Central Bank of Afghanistan raised concerns about the...
Anzali Port to Be Connected to National Railroad
Anzali Port in the northern Gilan Province will be connected,...
Mineral Trade Surplus Hits $2.9b
Iran exported more than 25.47 million tons of mineral products...
Departure Tax Revenues  Up 117 Percent
The government earned 3 trillion rials ($24 million) from...

Add new comment

Read our comment policy before posting your viewpoints