Majlis Monitoring Foreign Contracts

Majlis Monitoring Foreign Contracts

A member of Majlis Planning, Budget and Audits Commission announced that the legislative body is "continuously monitoring" the country's contracts with foreign companies after the nuclear deal with world powers. Speaking to Tasnim News Agency on Friday, Ali Mohammad Ahmadi pointed to the numerous economic agreements signed by President Hassan Rouhani's administration with other countries, saying that they are under the close watch of the parliament. The lawmaker noted that the contracts should lead to the strengthening of Iran's private sector and production growth.


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