Jan 12, 2022, 3:54 AM
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Bolivian envoy: Iran-Bolivia Joint Chamber of Commerce to be activated soon

Arak, IRNA – Ambassador of Bolivia in Iran said here on Tuesday that the Iran-Bolivia Joint Chamber of Commerce will be activated within the next couple of months by expansion of economic ties and good memoranda of understanding (MOUs) will be signed.

Ambassador Romina Perez Ramos made the remarks on Tuesday evening in a meeting with the governor general of the Central Province, adding that there are appropriate potentials in both Iran and Bolivia for expansion of economic ties, which is why our countries’ economic and commercial ties need to be strengthened.

“Iran is active in the scientific and technological fields and we need to use these capacities in Bolivia maximally,” said the Bolivian ambassador.

The ambassador also proposed cooperation in agricultural and mining fields with Iran, and also exporting such products to Iran.

He said that the Central Province is an industrial pole in Iran, adding that his country is comprised of 9 provinces.

Arak (is the capital of Markazi (Central) Province of Iran. The city is nicknamed the "Industrial Capital of Iran".

As a major industrial city, Arak hosts several industrial factories inside and within a few kilometers outside the city, including the factory of Machine Sazi Arak and the Iranian Aluminum Company. These factories produce nearly half of the needs of the country in steel, petrochemical, and locomotive industries.


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