Code: 81989855 (5212914) | Date: 04/03/2016 | Time: 21:48|
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Iran to set up Investors House: Deputy Economy Minister

Kerman, March 4, IRNA – Deputy Minister of Economic Affairs and Finance said here Thursday that Iran hopes to launch an Investors House in a near future.

Establishing Investors House in the country is necessary in order to solve the problems of domestic investors, Mohammad Khazaei noted at a meeting of dialogue between government and private sector.
According to Khazaei, domestic private sector has presently no mechanism to overcome its problems adding that the Investors House must be non-governmental and must be set up by major domestic investors.
Khazaei who is also President of the Organization for Investment, and Economic and Technical Assistance of Iran added that in the Resistance Economy, foreign investment must serve the goals of the Islamic Republic system.
He said coordination and cooperation between the public sector and chambers of commerce should be appreciated because we believe economic development will not happen without the help of the private sector.
He said both domestic and foreign investments must be considered, because if you do not pay attention to the domestic investor, you cannot attend to foreign investors either.
Khazaei described the establishment of the Foreign Investment Services Center in the province as a favorable development.
The deputy minister referred to the allocation of dlrs. 35 billion of foreign financing to Kerman province adding that such a high figure of financing demands heavy work and extensive activities.
Noting that the Steering Committee of Financing will be set up in the country, he said that financing capacity of dlrs.45 to 50 billion has already been created.

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