Monday, 17 November 2008

Morocca hopes to benefit from Iranian technology expertise

The Tehran Times reports that Moroccan Minister of Foreign Trade Abdellatif Maazouz, together with Iran Chamber of Commerce, Industries and Mines Chairman Mohammad Nahavandian, has called for the expansion of Iran-Morocco economic relations and an exploration of ways to enhance and facilitate bilateral relations. Morocco is keen to use Iran’s experience in industry, energy, and car-making. Iran’s expertise in energy, dam-making, road construction, petrochemicals, and pharmaceuticals was also noted, particularly in light of Iran's priority of developing relations with Islamic countries.

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