IDRO, MEDEF Sign Industrial Agreement
Economy, Domestic Economy

IDRO, MEDEF Sign Industrial Agreement

The Industrial Development and Renovation Organization of Iran signed on Wednesday a memorandum of understanding with the largest employer federation in France, MEDEF, to cooperate in industrial fields, including transportation, rail industries, energy, oil, natural gas and petrochemicals, infrastructure development, automobile, shipbuilding, high technology, information technology and investment.
IDRO and MEDEF will cooperate based on the terms of MoU to empower Iranian executives, transfer technology and exchange experience.
MEDEF will also help IDRO in insurance investment and large-scale projects, Idronews reported.
The Movement of the Enterprises of France is the leading network of entrepreneurs in France with 800,000 member companies, 90% of which are SMEs with less than 50 employees.

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