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In His Visit to IME, Ambassador of Switzerland to Iran, H.E. Julio Haas, Welcomed Interexchange Transactions

In order to develop international and economic relations between Tehran and Bern in post-sanctions era, a meeting was held with the Swiss ambassador to Iran in the headquarters of IME.
In His Visit to IME, Ambassador of Switzerland to Iran, H.E. Julio Haas, Welcomed Interexchange Transactions

Mr. Giulio Haas drew attention to the positive perspectives about Iran and called for bilateral cooperation between the two countries to boost commodity markets.
Pointing at the development of the novel financial instruments such as options and futures contracts, Mr. Haas expressed his hope that: “ IME could be addressed as one of the most advanced markets in the Middle East and Asia at the global level through the process that it has adopted.”
Emphasizing that increasing foreign suppliers in IME and enhancing the presence of Iranian companies in the global commodity exchanges is one of the IME’s action plans in the near future, Mr. Hamed Soltaninejad; the CEO of IME, stated that: “We are trying to provide the required underpinnings for international financing via diverse ways such as empowering forfaiting institutions in order to finance the export and import as well as creating the infrastructures required for termed and credit international trading.”
The CEO of IME touched on the possibility of hedging the risk in international markets by providing the demanding conditions at international levels, increasing the depth and the number of international market participants and developing transactions with international economies and exchanges as some other programs of the IME in international arena.
Mr. Soltaninejad, stating that the development of IME export pit is of the utmost significance to IME in post-sanction era, added: “Increasing the diversity of commodities such as petroleum products, minerals and cement on the export pit alongside by paving the way for foreign suppliers will definitely result in mutual benefits for the practitioners.”

Author: International Affairs ad PR

ID: 50053812

Published on: Sunday, September 20, 2015 11:00

Source: IME

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