Industrial Deal With Sweden, Finland, Denmark
Economy, Domestic Economy
Monday, March 12, 2018

Iran Signs Industrial Deal With Sweden, Finland, Denmark

Iran, Sweden, Finland and Denmark signed a quadrilateral memorandum of understanding for industrial cooperation in Tehran on Sunday. The MoU was signed by Industrial Development and Renovation Organization of Iran’s director general for international affairs, Ali Araqchi; Swedish Ambassador to Iran Helena Sangeland; Finland’s Ambassador to Iran Keijo Norvanto; and Denmark’s Ambassador to Iran Danny Annan, Financial Tribune has learned.

The agreement stipulates that the signing parties will promote collaboration in mega projects in the fields of exploration and production of oil, gas and petrochemicals, high-tech and related services; land, marine and air transportation; renewable energies; manager training; industrial renovation and consultation; steel industry; water and wastewater management and treatment; as well as investment and finance.



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