TEHRAN, Apr. 27 (MNA) – A member of Iran’s Central Chamber of Cooperative has announced that Iran-Europe Business Development Center (BDC) will be established upon a reached agreement with Czech Chamber of Commerce.
Investment Commissions Chief at Iran’s Central Chamber of Cooperative (ICC) Reza Alikhanzadeh made the remarks explaining the main impetus behind the formation of Iran-Europe BDC which will be headquartered in Iran; “given the connections, it would become possible to identify European companies in order to meet the needs of domestic ones as well as that the center would boost interactions with other countries.”
Alikhanzadeh said the center aims to provide proper export grounds leading to foster exports of Iranian products particularly the goods produced by knowledge-based firms.
Czech Republic was chosen due to its advanced industries which have even attracted numerous German companies in addition to the fact that Czech can act as bridge between Iran and Europe.
In order to facilitate communications with other states, Iran-Europe Development Center will provide the members with certain services more details of which will be later announced.
By Mehr News Agency