Iran-China-India cooperation to guarantee Asia economic development

September 25, 2007

TEHRAN – All-out cooperation between Iran, China, and India guarantees Asia’s economic development, the head of Iran’s Chamber of Commerce, Industries, and Mines (ICCIM) said here Monday.

In his meeting with Indian ambassador, Mohammad Nahavandian called the 21st century the century of the rise of Asia, adding that the 19th century was Europe’s, the 20th was the United States’, and 21st belongs to Asia.
“Therefore, Asian states must lend a hand to each other to further develop and progress. That’s what the Europeans did.”
He added that most of Europe’s economic deals are done in the same continent, so Asian states should also put emphasis on deals in Asia.
“Development of Iran-India economic relations is subject to further attention to dynamic economic sections, herein, mutual cooperation in IT, ICT, and carmaking is of great importance.”
Nahavadian also called for foundation of multinational companies to take benefit from each other’s potentials