Iranian Private Sector Participates in US Business Forum
Source: Moj News
May 17th, an Iranian economic and trade delegation will be traveling to the U.S.
to participate in the 16th Futurallia
International Business Development Forum, May 18-20, 2011.
The Islamic Republic of Iran's private sector plans to participate in Futurallia
Kansas City 2011, 16th Futurallia International Business Development Forum which
is an annual international conference created for business and trade networking,
as well as accessing ways to connect small businesses with larger trade outlets,
financial facilities, as well as technological promotion and agreements for
greater international economic growth. The forum will be held on May18-20, 2011
in Kansas City.
FOX News Quoted from Mohammad Reza Sabzalipour, director of the Iran World Trade
Center who announced this news to a group of reporters, saying "a sixteen-person
delegation comprised of Iranian businessmen and entrepreneurs from private
sector has been invited by the U.S. to attend this three-day conference in
Eight hundred trade delegations from thirty countries are expected to
participate in the event. This Forum can set the stage and provide the necessary
groundwork for the development of international trade and business relations for
Iran's private sector, he added
It has been emphasized that sanctions have neither been very effective, nor a
deterrent in Iran's private sector relations with the U.S. Though Iran is facing
sanctions and the U.S. is the host of this Forum, they could have omitted us
from the list of participants but luckily, they did not. The members of the
Iranian delegation have all also been given three-month stay visas.
Reportedly the Iranian companies participating in the forum will be from the
industrial sector, which includes producers and manufacturers of chemical
materials, household items, paint and coloring, food stuffs and chocolate. A
financial analyst is also expected to be accompanying the delegation.
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