100 Czech firms eager to invest in Iran

TEHRAN, Sep. 15 (MNA) – Deputy CEO of Czech Republic I.B.C. has said that 100 Czech firms are interested in making investments in Iran.

At a meeting with the Governor of Lorestan province and the head of Khorramabad’s Chamber of Commerce in the city of Khorramabad on Monday, Frantisek Konisek recounted that, “for the first time, I visited Iran 35 years ago on behalf of Sigma Corporation which is one of the largest producers of industrial equipment and we started collaboration with Khuzestan’s sugarcane industry.”

Pointing that there has not been much opportunity to develop cooperation with Iran over the past two decades, he added that, “recently, we have resumed our collaboration and a Czech delegation visited Iran last year in April and another group is to visit Iran next November.”

Deputy CEO of IBC underlined that the Iran-Czech Chamber of Commerce is being formed stating that about 100 companies from the Czech Republic are eager to participate and invest in Iran.

“I am very pleased to visit one of the ancient civilizations of Iran,” asserted Konisek noting that they are carrying out studies on Iran’s market with the hope of gaining a good impression of Lorestan province in order to make more investments in upcoming visits. “Iran is a very rich country but more investment needs to be carried out on the infrastructure and basic industries of this country,” he concluded.




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