Japan to open $10bn credit line for Iran

Japan to open $10bn credit line for Iran

Japan to open $10bn credit line for Iran

 

 
Ali Tayebnia, Iranian Minister of Economy and Finance, who was on a three-day visit to Tokyo, said on Friday that for the first time after the Islamic Revolution, Iran and Japan signed a bilateral investment agreement in a bid to expand the economic relations between the two countries and contribute to the implementation of agreements on the Iranian nuclear program to promote peace and stability in the Middle East. 
 
Tayebnia further deemed positive the talks held between Iran and Japan, saying “today, we signed an investment agreement which is in fact a framework for supporting and facilitating bilateral investment. We are hoping that we would also reach an agreement on customs and tax cooperation in the near future.”

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