Chairman of South Korea’s international company ‘TYM’ said his country is seeking sustainable trade relations as well as investment in Iran.
Speaking to IRNA Tuesday on the sidelines of Iran-South Korea trade meeting, Hi Yong Kim said it takes time to achieve that end but it will happen in future.
Iran’s market enjoys good potentials, said he, hoping the banking problems between the two countries will be removed soon.
TYM, the global agricultural marketplace founded in 1951, is interested in Iranian market and will make investment here, he added.
TYM is hopeful about the future of Iran’s market, he noted.
South Korean President Park Geun-hye heading a 236-member delegation arrived in Tehran on Sunday.
On Monday, Iranian and South Korean officials inked 19 agreements on cooperation in the presence of the two countries’ presidents.