Iran, Mexico urge need for signing customs agreement

In a meeting in Tehran between Mexican Ambassador to Iran Guillermo Alejandro Puente Ordorica and Iranian economic activists on Tuesday, the two sides called for signing agreements between Tehran and Mexico City on customs cooperation and avoiding double taxation.

11 May 2022
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In a meeting in Tehran between Mexican Ambassador to Iran Guillermo Alejandro Puente Ordorica and Iranian economic activists on Tuesday, the two sides called for signing agreements between Tehran and Mexico City on customs cooperation and avoiding double taxation.

A meeting between Mexican Ambassador to Iran Guillermo Alejandro Puente Ordorica and Iranian economic activists was held at Iran Chamber of Commerce, Industries, Mines, and Agriculture (ICCIMA) headquarters in Tehran, Iran, May 10, 2022.

In a meeting in Tehran between Mexican Ambassador to Iran Guillermo Alejandro Puente Ordorica and Iranian economic activists on Tuesday, the two sides called for signing agreements between Tehran and Mexico City on customs cooperation and avoiding double taxation.

The meeting, which was hosted by Iran Chamber of Commerce, Industries, Mines, and Agriculture (ICCIMA), aimed to explore ways for further promotion of trade ties between Iran and Mexico.

Speaking during the meeting, the Mexican ambassador referred to different grounds for bilateral cooperation and said that Mexico has made major progress in tech area and auto industry.

Mexico has created more than 32,000 jobs in aerospace area, the ambassador said, adding that his country is the third world country in providing IT services, the fourth exporter of computer and the sixth exporter of home appliances.  

Noting that Mexico is mulling the launch of a gasoline refinery, he said that there are good grounds for cooperation between Iran and Mexico.

In the meantime, Farzad Mehrani, the ICCIMA caretaker deputy for international affairs, elaborated on the wide capacities of Iran Chamber of Commerce which he said has more than 50,000 real and legal members.   

He also highlighted the need for further activating the untapped capacities for bilateral cooperation.

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