• Mon / 3 July 2017 / 16:22
  • Category: Economy
  • News Code: 96041205993
  • Journalist : 71477

Turkish economy minister heading 100-strong delegation to visit Iran

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Tehran (ISNA) – The Secretary-General of Iran-Turkey Commercial Council Jalal Ebrahimi announced that the two countries will hold new negotiations over setting up new preferential tariff for 400 items.

Turkish economy minister heading a 100-strong business delegation comprising businessmen, merchants and industrialists will visit Iran on July 8 for a one-day trip.

During the visit, Turkish economy minister will meet Iranian industry minister Mohammad Reza Nematzadeh and the other officials to discuss setting up new preferential tariff for 400 items.

They will also discuss the border problems and creation of new border gates.

The Iran-Turkey Commercial Council will be convened between the ministers and common business issues in the framework of preferential deals, border and transportation problems and also banking problems will be reviewed.

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