Iran, Pakistan mull grounds for trade, investment

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Iranian and Pakistani businessmen and economic activists in a joint meeting here on Friday discussed the grounds for bilateral trade and mutual investment.

Head of Iran’s Chamber of Commerce and Industry Mohsen Jalalpour and Head of Pakistan Investment Council Meftah Esmaeil were co-chairing the meeting.
Iran’s embassy economic attaché Mustafa Razavizadeh told IRNA that issues on job opportunities, investment policies as well as special economic zones were among the topics discussed.
The Pakistani side explained government’s support policies for foreign investment, including to Iranian companies.
The Iranian side also declared private sector’s readiness to invest and execute different plans, including projects on energy.
Senator Moshahed Hussain, who is following up the issue of joint economic corridor of China and Pakistan explained about the major economic plan and said that the it is not limited to China and Pakistan and that countries of the region like Iran may join the corridor to enjoy its benefits.

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