Nahavandian hails ICC’s General Assembly

| 28/04/2008 | Reply

Head
of Iran’s Chamber of Commerce, Industries and Mines on Sunday hailed
the success the Islamic Chamber of Commerce (ICC) General Assembly held
in Riyadh, Saudi Arabia.

Mohammad
Nahavandian, who is currently in Saudi Arabia said that the assembly
was held to review the international project on Halal brand aiming at
standardization of Halal products.

Pursuing
the validity of companies and ranking them were some of the other
projects which will become operational with the cooperation of ICC and
Islamic countries, Nahavandian added.

Iran exchanged views with ICC head, Saleh Kamal on Iran’s participation in establishing both investment company and

multinational tourism company, Nahavandian said on the sidelines of ICC meeting.

In
his meeting with Ahmad Mohammed Ali, president of Islamic Development
Bank (IDB), Nahavandian discussed the participation of Iran’s private
sector in developmental plans.

An
agreement on Iran’s involvement in labour union (Muslims businessmen
union) was inked on the sidelines of the meeting, he reaffirmed.

He
discussed ways of strengthening cooperation with economic and trade
delegations from Pakistan, Saudi Arabia, Uganda, Turkey, Egypt and
Jordan.

Nahavandian, heading an economic-trade delegation arrived in Saudi Arabia on April 22.

Discussing
joint investments, boosting trade cooperation between Islamic
countries, expanding IDB’s participation in big projects were the major
objectives of the ICC meeting.

The Organization of Islamic Conference (OIC) has 57 members of which Iran and Saudi Arabia are the most active and influential.

ICC and IDB are subsidiaries of OIC which has its headquarters in Jeddah, Saudi Arabia.

Category: Halal Integrity, Middle East & Africa

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