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Finland official said on Saturday that companies active in the fields of clean technologies, renewable energy and water and waste water industry are to visit Iran to consider grounds for investment and joint cooperation.
[Finland keen on investment in clean technology, environment in Iran]

Project Director of Finland Trade Development Organization Luta Iroma said that Minister of Agriculture and Environment of Finland Kimmo Tiilikainen is heading for Tehran leading a Finland delegation. They will arrive in Tehran later in the day.
The Finland minister is to discuss development of export to Iran in the fields of clean technologies, renewable energy, and agricultural technology and food industries.
Iroma said that Tiilikainen will attend Tehran International Environment Exhibition 2016 and is to deliver speech in opening ceremony.
During his stay, the minister will meet with Vice-President and head of Department of Environment (DoE) Masoumeh Ebtekar and sign cooperation agreement on environment.
The Finnish official said that 18 Finland companies will attend the exhibition and present their achievements and capabilities in the field of clean technologies, among them two companies are active in food products, including dairy industry and baking sweets.
He said that some of the companies have already been in Iran and are keen on joint venture investment in Iran and some other companies intend to evaluate market and consider opportunity for joint venture cooperation.
The 15th Tehran International Environment Exhibition will kick off on Monday February 29. It will work until March 3rd.

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Italian Prime Minister Matteo Renzi says he will visit Tehran in April after Iranian President Hassan Rouhani’s trip to Rome last month.

Renzi made the announcement at a new conference in Rome on Monday. Iran and Italy signed deals worth up to 17 billion euros ($18.42 billion) during Rouhani's 48-hour stay in Italy.

The premier said then that business agreements Italy signed with Iran were "just the beginning" for the two countries.

Rouhani headed a 120-strong delegation of business leaders and ministers, signing a pipeline contract worth between $4 billion and $5 billion for oil services group Saipem.

Italian steel firm Danieli signed up to 5.7 billion euros in contracts while business for infrastructure firm Condotte d'Acqua inked up to 4 billion euros.

The two countries further signed an agreement to expand and modernize Iran’s rail network.

The agreement, signed during Italy's Minister of Infrastructure and Transport Graziano Delrio’s visit to Tehran earlier this month, envisages developing high-speed rail links.

As part of the agreement, Italy's state railway company Ferrovie dello Stato (FS) will provide Iran's RAI railway company with 5 billion euros ($5.65 billion) in export credits.

Italy was one of Iran’s leading economic and trade partners before sanctions when annual exchanges amounted to 7 billion euros compared with $1.6 billion euros now.

Italian Deputy Economic Development Minister Carlo Calenda led a large trade delegation to Tehran in November, representing 178 companies, 20 business associations and 12 banking groups.


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Majlis Speaker Ali Larijani underscored the necessity of absorbing foreign investment as a key requirement for achieving the targeted economic growth rate.
"To hit the target of 8% economic growth, the potential for attracting foreign investment should be exploited," he was quoted as saying by ICANA.
Larijani was speaking in the central city of Qom on Sunday in a conference on domestic economy in the aftermath of the Joint Comprehensive Plan of Action, the formal title of the July 14 nuclear deal.
The action plan, which was reached with P5+1 (the five permanent members of the United Nations Security Council plus Germany), relieved Iran of severe economic sanctions in exchange for time-bound curbs on its nuclear program.
It took effect on Jan. 16 to rush a flurry of business delegations to Iran, seeking to seal deals with local partners in an untapped market that offers huge scope for investment.
"We should take advantage of the situation that has emerged in the wake of the nuclear agreement by encouraging foreign investment," he said.
Larijani said the problems of local manufacturers should be addressed and they could be encouraged through government incentives.
"The parliament should legislate to remove obstacles to raising production and improve the business climate, thereby paving the way for a production boom. If necessary, the current relevant laws should be revised," he said.
The speaker reiterated support for the nuclear negotiating team, reminding detractors that the nuclear dossier, in which the country was entangled for 12 years, has been closed recently.
"I basically believe that nuclear negotiations went well and were conducted at the right time, although admittedly the negotiating team could have done better in some respects," he said.
"Despite claims by some [critics], the nuclear talks were carried out thoroughly. We should consider what was gained in return for what was compromised; sanctions were lifted and the nuclear knowhow was preserved."
Larijani praised President Hassan Rouhani for negotiating deals worth tens of billions of dollars in his recent trip to Italy and France late last month, including a contract for the purchase of over 114 Airbus aircraft to revamp the worn-out national fleet.


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