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News ID: 6088
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Publish Date: 16:42 - 20 January 2015
Tehran, YJC. This week, an Iranian trade delegation is going to visit India to find ways to boost trade between the two countries.

Head of Iran’s Chamber of Commerce said on Tuesday that the Iranian delegation will meet with Indian counterparts to facilitate transit.

Gholam Hossein Shafei told the reporters that the upcoming visit is aimed at resolving transit problems between Iran and India.

The delegation seeks to resolve the problems that the Indian transit vehicles are witnessing in transferring goods like cement, Shafei added.

The Iranian trade official further said that India's share in transit activities in Iran's southeast Chabahar Port would be another issue to be discussed during the visit.

He further noted that Iran is trying to act as a route for transferring Indian goods to the Central Asian countries.

Iran and India are major trade partners in various fields, especially in the oil industry. Earlier on December 2014, an Iranian official in India announced the opening of an unlimited credit line between an Indian bank and eight Iranian banks to facilitate the trade between the two countries.

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