Kazakh investors interested in Iran
TEHRAN. September 3. KAZINFORM. Kazakhstan's officials have expressed the country's willingness to make investments in Iran's various sectors in the near future. In a meeting with Iran's Deputy Commerce Minister, Mehdi Ghazanfari, Kazakhstan's Ambassador to Tehran pointed to numerous opportunities to develop Iran-Kazakhstan relations. "Kazakh investors are looking forward to the implementation of Article 44 of Iran's Constitution (on the process of privatization) to invest in Iran, with the aim of increasing trade exchanges between the two countries to 2 billion dollars," the Ambassador said. The Ambassador added the ground had been prepared for Iranian investors to invest in the construction of two steel plants in Kazakhstan, adding that maritime transportation between Iran's three Caspian provinces of Mazandaran ,Gilan and Golestan, and Kazakhstan's Aktau port would contribute to boosting non-oil trade between the two countries, Kazinform cites PRESS TV.