Tag Archives | Iran-Iraq Chamber of Commerce

Iran “ready to establish Joint Bank with Iraq”

By John Lee. Iran’s private banks have reportedly laid the groundwork for setting up a joint bank with their counterparts in Iraq. Yahya Al-e Es’haq [Yahya Ale-Ishaq] (pictured), head of Iran-Iraq Chamber of Commerce, is quoted as saying that the bank would operate under the regulations of central banks of the two countries to facilitate […]

Iran to Increase Investment in Southern Iraq

The Chairman of Iran-Iraq Chamber of Commerce, Yahya Ale Eshaq, has called for increased investment and trade with the southern provinces of Iraq, including Basrah. Iraq’s Basra Province is a good market for export of Iranian commodities including oil, gas, food, building materials, technical and engineering services, he added. The official referred to the resolution […]

Iran-Iraq Trade Hits $12bn

By John Lee. Trade between Iran and Iraq has reached $12 billion, according to the Head of Iran-Iraq Joint Chamber of Commerce, Yahya Al-e Eshaq. Addressing a conference in Tehran, he said an Iranian delegation to be headed by First Vice-President Eshaq Jahangiri will soon visit Iraq to discuss expansion of trade between the two […]

Iran-Iraq Trade Could Hit $12bn

By John Lee. Iran Daily reports that trade between Iran and Iraq exceeded $10 billion in the current Iranian year (started March 20, 2012). Speaking at a seminar on trade and investment in the Iraqi Kurdistan region, which was held by Isfahan Chamber of Commerce, the Secretary-General of Iran-Iraq Chamber of Commerce Jahanbakhsh Sanjabi (pictured) […]