Chinese Direct Investment in Iran Up 20%
TEHRAN - General Manager of Iranian Investment Organization Mohammad Khazaei said here on Tuesday that China’s direct investment in Iran has experienced a considerable 20 percent.
He pointed to the ever growing development of allout relations between Tehran and Beijing and said, “Chinese company made direct investment, valued at $2.3 billion, in Iran since 2013 up to the end of current Iranian month of Dey (Jan. 22, 2018), showing a considerable growth.”
Speaking in Iran and China Investment and Business Opportunities Forum, he said, “political and economic diplomacy, expectations of community and politicians is a part of diplomacy according to the political and economic realities.”
The deputy minister of Economic Affairs and Finance (MEAF) reiterated, “Today, Iran is considered as one of the largest military, political and economic powers in the region, so that it plays an important role in political and economic equation of the region significantly.”