Iran wants to attract foreign investment in Chabahar
EghtesadOnline: Seven agreements on attraction of foreign investment were inked on Monday in the presence of First Vice-President Eshaq Jahangiri.
The signing ceremony was held on the sidelines of an international conference on investment opportunities and sustainable development in the Makran coastal area that started work in Chabahar in this southeastern Iranian province.
The agreements, valued at three billion dollars, were signed by Indian, Omani, Chinese and South Korean investors, ILNA reported.
Also, the first Iran's oceangoing vessel was unveiled by Jahangiri at the Makran coastal area exhibition on investment opportunities.
The international conference on investment opportunities and sustainable development in the Makran coastal area will run for two days.
Chabahar in this Iranian province- neighbor to Pakistan and the Sea of Oman- has considerable economic capacities that can flourish the southeast of the country after being developed.