TEHRAN (Iran News) – Chairman of the Iran-China Joint Chamber of Commerce says the establishment of Iran-China Trade Office in China is underway and it is approaching its end.
Majid-Reza Hariri said that the chamber is finalizing legal procedure for the registration of the Iran-China Trade Office and if the restrictions for visiting China are removed in the upcoming months, the office will be launched because its infrastructures have been done and only the bureaucratic process of inaugurating the office have remained.
On the necessity of establishing trade office and centers, he said trade center is one of the tools for developing exports and it depends on our plans for entering the markets and taking proper tools for it. He added that one of the tools can be the launch of trade centers and offices and even exhibitions, and these tools can push ahead the policy-makings.
Hariri went on to say that trade office and center is one of the tools of the economic diplomacy.
Iran’ Agricultural Research Education and Extension Organization penned an MOU with Yunnan Academy of Agricultural Sciences on development of common agricultural ties, in china.
The MOU was signed between the head of the Iranian body Kazem Khavazi and head of the Chinese academy Xuelin li.
In this meeting, the Iranian official referred to the background of Iran-China warm relations, calling for expansion of mutual scientific cooperation under the framework of the plan to revive the Silk Road.
Khavazi was accompanies by a delegation comprised of head of Iranian agricultural organizations in this trip.
During their trip to china Iranian officials sought holding joint specified commissions and ratifying joint agricultural projects besides having the said MOU signed.
In late July, Iran’s Agriculture Minister Mahmoud Hojjati, announced that Iran-China cooperation in the field of agriculture and economy is growing and prosperous.