Banking Transfer Problem Affected Iran-Italy Trade
IRAN NEWS ECONOMIC DESK
TEHRAN – Chairman of Iran-Italy Joint Chamber of Commerce Ahmad Pourfallah says the problem and restrictions in banking transfer has affected the bilateral trade between Iran and Italy, adding that by resolving the problem, the trade can return to the past good days.
He said Iran and Italy as trade partners have had good relations for years and the statistics show that in bilateral trade, all records have always been in favor of Iran. He further said that Italy’s government and economic activists have always supported Iran in the worst international condition and they have had regular and good ties with Iran in recent years.
Pourfallah said that banking transfer is one of the important issues for trade between both states as it has led to a fall in trade since last year. He added that if this problem is resolved, both countries can revive the good trade records of the past years.
He added that plan for bartering goods is one of the major programs on the agenda of the chamber, expressing hope it would bear fruit very soon.
He then highlighted some programs of the chamber regarding the outbreak of Coronavirus.
Pourfallah said the outbreak of Coronavirus was a warning for immunizing the economic climate for the future regarding such mishaps.
He emphasized that he believes the international relations should be stronger and Iran should strengthen its international relations because no government can success by itself.