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The Signing of MoU between Iran and Georgia Chambers of Commerce

Published: March 1, 2012 | 12:58 pm
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The COMMERCIAL TIMES

February 28, 2012- The Economic Conference of Iran and Georgia was held with the presence of the chairman of Iran and Georgia Chambers of Commerce on 26 February 2012 in the location of Iran Chamber of Commerce, Industries and Mines.

According to the report of ICCIM’s Public Relations, pointing that the holding of this conference is important for the expanding of economic relations; Mohammad Nahavandian Iran chamber’s head said: “the abolition of visas between the two countries   and the economic reforms in Georgia have provided the background for presence of Iranian investors and traders.”

Stating that there is an appropriate background for developing trade relations between two countries, he explained:” the holding of joint meetings and dispatching of trade delegations are a good opportunity for finding trade partners between two countries.”

Iran chamber’s head noted: “Iran and Georgia joint traders’ council should be established in near future and we must try to increase cooperation in the field of Halal standard for food and medicinal products.”

Stating Georgia capacities and facilities in different fields, Kakha Baindurashvili president of Georgia chamber of commerce said: “the establishing of a free trade zone in Georgia and a direct airline between two countries.”

Kakha Baindurashvili announced that Georgia economic growth is 6% despite the global economic crisis and stated: “we expect this figure to reach 7% in next year.

Pointing to Georgia economic as the diversified, flexible and dynamic one, Georgia chamber’s president said: “Georgia has many attractions for foreign investors and Iran could acquire a large market through Georgia.”

Baindurashvili noted: “Georgia is a member of WTO and there isn’t an obstacle for trading with Europe and also there aren’t custom tariffs for importing goods except agricultural products which it will be a good situation for Iranian exporters.”

 

 

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