TEHRAN, May 1, YJC - The volume of Iran-Germany commercial exchanges have grown by over 30 percent, said Director General of Tehran Chamber of Commerce Bahman Eshghi.
TEHRAN, Young Journalists Club (YJC) -
Iran-Germany annual trading reached €4.2 billion by 2015, which has grown by 30 percent so far with exchanging commercial delegations between the two countries, he said in Bavaria-Tehran economic conference in Tehran.
This 30 percent growth occurred less than one year and despite certain sanctions, showing that economic activists and businessmen of the two sides are ready to take actions for reviving, establishing and developing durable commercial relations in the shortest possible time considering their commercial and technical potential.
Earlier in October, Iranian Energy Minister Hamid Chitchian and German Vice-Chancellor and Economy Minister Sigmar Gabriel in a meeting in Tehran underlined the need for boosting economic and trade relations between the two countries.
During the meeting in the Iranian capital, Chitchian and Gabriel explored avenues for bolstering and reinvigorating mutual cooperation.
"Iran and Germany are capable of developing cooperation in an array of fields, including electricity, water and renewable energies," Chitchian said.
The Iranian energy minister urged the two countries' private sectors to help develop Iran-Germany ties.