No problem in China's payment for Iran petrochemicals: FM

TEHRAN, Sep. 26 (MNA) – The Spokesman of Iran’s Foreign Ministry Bahram Ghasemi says all obstacles on the payments of Iranian export of petrochemical products to China has been removed.

In response to a question about the payment problems for Chinese government regarding Iranian exported petrochemical products, Bahram Ghasemi said on Tuesday that there were issues after the change of banking regulations in China, however, some procrastination and slowness in our own banking system exacerbated the situation.

Iranian delegations conducted some robust negotiations with the Chinese and the problems have been relatively solved, and there should be no serious problem in cashing the sold pet-chem products to China,” recounted the Iranian diplomat.

“Attracting foreign investment is of prime importance and seriously followed by the 12th administration,” reassured the Iranian diplomat recounting one of the top priorities in the agenda of the 12th administration, “the foreign ministry has done adequate planning for marketing and Iran’s economy, and I think that we will take more steps in this path soon.”

The Iranian diplomat noted that the foreign ministry will support Iranian expatriates, firms, institutes and foreign governments for attracting more foreign investment.


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