Iran, Turkey sign Trade Deals worth $100m

By John Lee.

Iran’s Social Security Investment Company (Shasta) has reportedly signed contracts worth $100 million with Turkish firms for construction projects and modernisation of the Arvandan shipbuilding facilities in Khuzestan province.

The AFP report also says that the deal includes Iranian construction of a $10-million catamaran — a high-speed double-hulled passenger vessel with an aluminum body.

A $15-million agreement with another Turkish company to modernise and develop the Arvandan shipbuilding site was also signed.

The third contract was a $70-million investment in construction of a commercial building in Tehran over four years.

(Source: AFP)

(Picture Credit: Tasnim, under Creative Commons licence)

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