News ID: 291483
Published: 0356 GMT March 09, 2021

Iran, Japan confer on expansion of trade ties

Iran, Japan confer on expansion of trade ties

Head of Iran’s Trade Promotion Organization (TPO) Hamid Zadboum held a meeting with Japan’s Ambassador to Tehran Aikawa Kazutoshi to discuss expansion of economic ties between the two countries.

In this meeting, Zadboum expressed the Iranian private sector’s readiness for cooperation with its Japanese counterparts in various areas including petrochemicals, oil, mining, and agriculture, Mehr News Agency reported.

The official pointed to a recent visit by a Japanese trade delegation to Iran’s southeastern port of Chabahar and invited the ambassador to visit this port.

Zadboum said that Oman, India, and Pakistan have invested in Chabahar port and are interested in developing their investments.

“Japanese companies can also be present and invest in this region along with other foreign investors," he added.

The official also referred to the holding of more than 80 specialized exhibitions at Tehran Permanent International Fairground every year and invited Japanese firms to participate in these events.

Kazutoshi for his part said economy and trade are key players in cementing relations between the two countries.

He praised the role of  the TPO and its Japanese counterpart Japan External Trade Organization (JETRO) in strengthening and developing mutual economic and trade relations.

Officials from the JETRO office in Tehran also accompanied Kazutoshi in the meeting.

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