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Khuzestan enjoys high potentials for exporting products to neighboring countries, he said, adding that the province can be turned into a region for exporting goods from Arvand Free Trade Zone to neighboring countries like Iraq
Foreign investment in Iran's Arvand Free Trade Zone located in the southwestern province of Khuzestan has increased 14-fold in the current Iranian calendar year which began on March 21 2014 compared to the same period in the previous year.
"The comparable value of Irans exports to Iraq during the year 2012 was 6,300,000,000 dollars," said Reza Towfiqi Zawwareh in a press conference in Abadan's Arvand Free Trade Zone.
Those arrested last week were: Mohammad-Sharif Malekzadeh, who was a deputy foreign minister for a few days last month until an uproar from the Majlis forced his resignation; Ali-Asghar Parhizkar, director of the Arvand Free Trade Zone in southern Iran; Ali-Reza Moqimi, director of the Aras Free Trade Zone in the north; and Abbas Amirifar, the chief of staff of a state cultural committee.
TEHRAN (FNA)- Iran's Arvand Free Trade Zone (FTZ) is open to foreign investments, Deputy Director of the Zone Seyed Ali Mousavi announced on Tuesday.
Managing-Director of Arvand Free Trade Zone Organization Mehdi Nikpey said that the figure indicates an increase of 73 percent in terms of value compared to that of the corresponding period last year.
AHVAZ -- The managing director of Arvand Free Trade Zone said that President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad's Peugeot 504 will be put on sale at the zone's car exhibition during the Ten Day Dawn ceremony (February 1 to 10).
"The first investment license has been issued for the Chinese investors in Arvand Free Zone," Deputy Managing-Director of Iran's Arvand Free Trade Zone (FTZ) for Economic and Investment Affairs Seyed Ali Moussavi told FNA on Tuesday.Ee Moussavi pointed to the importance of attracting foreign investors, and said, "The foreign investors are supported in this region without any restriction, as attraction of foreign investment is a priority of this organization." Last week, Iranian Deputy Economy Minister Behrouz Alishiri voiced Tehran's readiness to facilitate investment opportunities for Chinese investors.
Last week, a senior customs official said that Iran exported over $176mln of various goods and commodities to Iraq through Arvand Free Trade Zone (FTZ) in the Southern Province of Khuzestan in the first four months of the current Iranian year (started on March 21), adding that the figure shows an approximately 73% of growth.