Iran, China Plan to In­crease Mu­tual Trade to $50b in 2018

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TEHRAN (MNA) – Chair­man of Iran-China Joint Cham­ber of Com­merce Asadol­lah As­garo­ladi said Iran and China have planned to in­crease their mu­tual trade to $50 bil­lion by the end of this year.

As­garo­ladi made the com­ments at the 3rd China-Iran Trade and In­vest­ment Op­por­tu­ni­ties Con­fer­ence in Tehran on Tues­day, adding that “nec­es­sary steps have been taken to achieve this goal.”

He pointed out that the Ira­nian side has sched­uled to take part in four ex­hi­bi­tions in China dur­ing this year and will host eco­nomic del­e­ga­tions from China ev­ery month.

The Chair­man of Iran-China Joint Cham­ber of Com­merce re­ported that “the vol­ume of trade be­tween Iran and China was $40 bil­lion in 2017, while this vol­ume is sched­uled to in­crease to $50 bil­lion in 2018.”

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