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Publish Date: Sat, 03 Dec 2016 19:11:46 GMT
New Zealand’s Trade Minister Todd McClay attended a conference over economic relations between Iran and New Zealand, which was held in Tehran on Saturday. Pedram Soltani, the deputy president of Iran’s Chamber of Commerce said the visit by New Zealand’s trade minister at the head of an economic delegation signals the determination of Wellington’s officials and commercial partners to develop economic relations with Iran. Todd McClay arrived in Tehran on Friday to discuss expansion of trade relations with Iran. Ahead of his trip to Tehran, McClay said “There is enormous opportunity for Iran and New Zealand to work together to boost two-way trade”. Leading a high-ranking delegation in his visit to Tehran, he is to revive trade between the two countries after a hiatus of over a decade. “Iran has traditionally been a very important market for our sheep meat and butter. However, exports have diminished over a number of years. Since the lifting of UN sanctions, there are now renewed opportunities to reestablish this trade as well as new opportunities in the education, construction, food and beverage, energy, forestry, specialized manufacturing and services sectors,” the McClay said. Representatives from 18 companies, universities and educational institutions are accompanying McClay during his visit to Tehran.
Publish Date: Sat, 03 Dec 2016 18:49:35 GMT
Turkey is seeking to conduct trade with Russia, China and Iran in national currencies, announced Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdoğan on Saturday.
Speaking at the opening ceremony of a shopping mall in Istanbul, Erdoğan said that he had proposed to Russian President Vladimir Putin to conduct trade between the two countries with local currencies, hurriyetdailynews.com reported. “I proposed to Putin the following: Let’s do our trade in local currencies. Whatever I buy [from you] I shall pay you in Russian ruble, and whatever you buy from me make the payment in Turkish liras,” said Erdoğan. He added that he had made the same offer to China and Iran and his offer was found reasonable. “We have given the necessary instructions to our central banks and we will try to conduct such [trade] relationships between us through this way,” Erdoğan said. Erdoğan further reiterated his call to Turkish citizens to convert their foreign exchange into gold or the Turkish Lira. “Those who keep foreign currency under their mattress should come and turn them into lira or gold,” he said. Stating that one should convert their foreign currencies to liras or gold against the ones who want to ‘destroy us’, Erdoğan also answered the question of “what if we lose money”, with this currency conversion. “Look, this is national, there is fruitfulness in this, you will not make a loss from this, do not worry,” said Erdoğan, adding that it was actually the ‘other’ — a reference to foreign currencies — that would make the Turkish people lose because “the other is a representative of the imperial logic”. “You look after your money that is local and national; the money will stay here,” he concluded.