EghtesadOnline: Some 200 trade delegations visited Iran after the implementation of the Joint Comprehensive Plan of Action (JCPOA) to develop trade and commerce with Iran, deputy head of Trade Development Organization for Arab-African affairs said on Tuesday.
Farzad Piltan told reporters on the sidelines of the Fourth Conference Commemorating Exemplary Exporters, Economic Activists and Exports Servants of Arvand Free Zone that JCPOA was certainly successful in removal of negative atmosphere in the field of trade and economy about Iran.
After the nuclear deal between Tehran and Group 5+1, most foreign countries developed interest to start negotiations with Iran and therefore, they dispatched trade teams to Iran, he said.
According to IRNA, the official further noted that given the quality, price and competitiveness of the Iranian goods in the markets, over 200 trade delegations came to Iran seeking to promote commerce with Iran in the post-deal era and it happened as Iran's exports improved.
Describing free zones as a bridge for promoting exports, he said that one of the major goals is to attract foreign investment and easy and inexpensive production for exports.
Arvand Free Zone is one of the successful examples to attract foreign investments, he said.