Dato Dzulkfli the chief executive officer of Malaysia External Trade Development Corporation known as (MATRADE) headed 26 member delegation mainly in oil and gas sector to Iran chamber of commerce.
ICCIMA public relation reported; Farhad Sharif, deputy of international department of Iran chamber of commerce, highlighted the religion, human resources, geographical position of two countries as the basis of economical ties.
Our relationship has been formed during the history and now we should explore and resolve obstacles in order to expand economical ties. Sanctions were lifted and banking issues will be solved if we can replace other currencies instead of us dollar: Sharif said.
Being a member of ASEAN association is an advantage for Iranian private sector to access markets of Southeast Asian nations and in return Iran can play a major role in accessing neighboring and CIS countries as a hub in Middle East.
Sharif mentioned the south to north and east to west corridors and added: by doing joint works in industrial parks around these corridors we can add more value to the transferring goods.
For his part Dato Dzulkfli the chief executive officer of Malaysia External Trade Development Corporation said: this is our second delegation in this week and we planned to expand volume of our trade up to 1.5 billion USD.
He requested exchanging economical information and investment opportunities in corporation with Iran chamber of commerce and said: some companies in municipal services, trade, oil, gas, IT, transport and Halal food industry are ready to expand their ties with Iranian counterparts.
By: Aref Ahmadi