Webinar on Iran-Oman Trade Opportunities
IRAN NEWS ECONOMIC DESK
TEHRAN – Iran Chamber of Commerce, Industry, Mine and Agriculture (TCCIMA) is to hold an online meeting to review the trade opportunities and capacities of Iran and Oman.
The international affairs department of ICCIMA announced that the webinar on the Iran-Oman Trade Opportunities will be held on Monday, January 11.
The webinar will be held in presence of chairman of Iran-Oman Joint Chamber and representatives of some provincial chambers and business activists.
The meeting is to review the ways for easing the arrival of Iranian markets into Oman market.
Despite the U.S. re-imposition of sanctions against the Islamic Republic, Oman is getting closer to Iran both politically and economically. There is also the same approach adopted by Iran, as Iranian companies now prefer to conduct trade with Oman rather than the United Arab Emirates (UAE), given that the UAE is highly complying with the sanctions.
Iran is somehow replacing some of its previous strategic trade partners such as UAE with Oman, considering the Sultanate as an economic-trade hub.
Over the past year, there have been many meetings and negotiations between trade and economic officials from the state-run and private sectors of the two sides with the aim of strengthening and expanding bilateral trade ties.