Iran-Austria commercial cooperation up 20 percent

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On December 23, 2015, Posted by , In News, With No Comments

Commercial Attache at Austrian Embassy Thomas Moschig said on Monday that Iran-Austria commercial cooperation has shown 20 percent increase compared to the past.

Addressing the Seminar of Introduction of Economic and Business Opportunities in South Khorassan Province and Iran-Austria Cooperation, Moschig said despite sanctions, Austrian traders and businesspersons are inclined to expand commercial cooperation with Iran.
Congratulating the audience on success in nuclear talks, he said the talks can have good economic and cultural results in international relations.
He predicted increase in volume of Iran-Austria trade exchanges in the future and said efforts should be made to life impediments, if any, on the way.
‘More important than commercial cooperation is human relations and mutual trust, leaving drastic impact on bilateral economic ties.’
He hoped that mutual banking ties will begin by end of 2016, and said it is hoped that the ground for mutual cooperation and commercial and economic participation of the two countries will be prepared.

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