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    TEHRAN (Fars News Agency)- Iran's first Vice-President Parviz Dawoodi stressed that development of ties with Islamic states, including Algeria, sets a priority for his country's foreign policy.

    According to a statement released by the Presidential Press Office, Dawoodi made the remarks in a meeting with Algerian Minister of Industries Mahmoud Khoudri Monday night.

    During the meeting, the Iranian first Vice-President noted the two countries' historical and cultural commonalities and stressed the need for the promotion of ties and transfer of experiences.

    He stated that further expansion of Iran-Algeria relations requires activation of a joint commission and adoption of the necessary measures for the removal of administrative barriers in the way of the development of the two countries' ties.

    Dawoodi mentioned that the volume of Iran-Algeria trade exchanges has amounted to $20 billion in 2005, and saying that the two sides can raise the figure through an identification of their potentials, he called on the two countries' officials to pave the required grounds to serve the purpose.

    He further viewed industrial, developmental, oil and gas, road and railway, housing, steel and service sectors as proper grounds for the two states' cooperation and, referring to the progress of the Iranian experts and engineers and the prizes and awards they have received for their excellent performances in some other countries, he reminded that Iranian expert forces are now providing excellent services to many Muslim states and that they could prepare desirable cooperation grounds through continued activity in Algeria.

    The senior official said that establishment of the branch of an Iranian bank in Algeria to facilitate handling of financial affairs, the start of direct flights between Iran and Algeria and the construction of industrial districts or free zones all will play an influential role in the speedy launching of joint industrial activities.

    Reminding that Iran stands third among the world dam-builders due to the high potentials of its engineers, he voiced his country's preparedness to develop cooperation and transfer experiences to Algeria in areas of dam-construction and transfer of power lines.

    For his part, Algerian Minister of Industries Mahmoud Khoudri noted Iran's top and unique role in the face of regional and international issues and the high potentials of the Iranian engineers and experts, specially in industrial grounds, and called for the transfer of Iran's experiences to his country in all the various spheres, industrial areas in particular.

    The official further voiced Algeria's support for Iran's legitimate right to access peaceful nuclear technology and praised the well-principled and stable stances of the Iranian nation and government on the acquisition of the nuclear technology.

    To conclude his remarks, he reiterated that the Algerian government and nation will always extend support to Iran in dealing with all the different issues.

    Vice-President stresses Iran's readiness to transfer experiences to Algeria

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    Tehran, Sept 20, IRNA - - Iran and Algeria signed a memorandum of understanding on cooperation between the standard institutes of the two countries.

    A report released by the Public Relations Department of Institute of Standard and Industrial Research of Iran said that the document was signed by the Algerian Minister of Industries Mahmoud Khoudri and the head of Iranian institute, Ali-Asghar Tofiq.

    According to the MoU, the two sides agreed to broaden their cooperation in the fields of standard and metallurgy, exchange of information and publishing, quality control and technical inspection systems as well as holding joint conferences.

    At the meeting, Tofiq pointed to potentials of Institute of Standard and Industrial Research of Iran and said that 8,000 cases of standards have so long been registered at the institute and that 1,000 standards are annually added to the list.

    "Several training courses have been held at the institute for experts from other countries and it is prepared to arrange similar programs for Algerian specialists," he added.

    For his part, Khoudri said that in this era of globalization, standardization is a must.

    "Besides, standardization is direly needed for advancement of the goals set in industries," he added.

    The minister said that the main obstacles encountered on the way of industries in this regard have been lifted, adding that just a small portion of standardization laws and regulations remain to be revised.

    The Algerian minister along with his accompanying delegation toured various sections of Karaj-based the Institute of Standard and Industrial Research of Iran.

    Iran, Algeria sign MoU on standards

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    TEHRAN, Sept. 22 (MNA) – Iran’s exports to Algeria in the past year, stood at between $6m-$10m, the figure is expected to hit around $20 million in the current year (started March 21, 2006).

    “Launching auto manufacturing industries, both light and heavy vehicles, building cement production plants, producing train carriages in Algeria by Iran are among the major projects development of which is high on our agenda”, noted Minister of the Industries and Mines Alireza Tahmasbi.

    In addition to these projects, Iran is also able to build a steel production plant with a production capacity of up to 800,000 tons to one million tons in Algeria, ISNA quoted the Iranian minister as saying on Friday.

    Political relations between Iran and Algeria stand at a good level and it has been decided that the two nations’ trade relations also grow accordingly, the minister told reporters at the sidelines of his visit with his Algerian counterpart.

    The presence of Iranian craftsmen in Algeria’s industries will pave the way for their further presence in Europe’s export markets, Tahmasbi told the reporters.

    Iran’s exports to Algeria to hit $20m

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    Iran, Algeria business ties

    Algiers, Feb 8, IRNA - - Iran's Ambassador to Algiers Hossein Abdi Bayaneh conferred here Thursday with the Algerian Finance Minister Mourad Medelci on removal of double-taxation agreements between the two countries.

    At the meeting, the two sides also discussed expansion of economic cooperation and enhancing the current level of economic ties in line with good political relations between the two countries.

    The Algerian minister expressed satisfaction with the current level of regional and international cooperation between the two countries.

    Oil, gas and housing are among significant sectors in Algerian economy, he said and invited the Iranian investors to invest in the country.

    Agreement on removal of double taxation between Iran and Algeria could help promote investment opportunities by Iranian investors in the country, he said.

    The Iranian ambassador, for his part, called for expansion of economic relations between Iran and Algeria as among top priority.

    Iran underlines the need to further bolster and broaden economic relations in line with the expansion of political ties between the two sides, he said.

    Expansion of banking cooperation and promotion of investment opportunities by Iranian businessmen are among Iran's priorities, he pointed out.

    Iran, Algeria to agree on removal of double taxation

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    TEHRAN – A meeting of Iranian and Algerian businessmen and trade officials was held in the Algerian capital on Monday, IRNA reported.

    The two sides discussed the possibility of increasing ties, especially in agriculture, dam, road and cement plant construction, car production and airport construction. An official from Algeria’s National Export Promotion and Consultation Committee, who was present at meeting, said that his country has a master investment attraction plan, which includes 140 billion dollars of investment by the governmental sector, adding that Algeria is rapidly adopting free market economy strategies. The 25-member visiting Iranian delegation, which started its North African tour in Morocco last week, is due to leave Algiers for Tunisia in the next few days.

    Iranian, Algerian businessmen explore new avenues for cooperation

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    30 April 2007 -- The Iranian Chamber of Cooperatives is to hold a five-day exhibition of Iranian-made goods and services in the Algerian capital this week.

    The Ministry of Commerce had earlier this year obtained the license for holding the fair from the relevant Algerian authorities.

    Thirty five Iranian companies will put on display their products, including medical equipments, cars and industrial machinery, transit services, Persian carpets and dried fruits as well as technical and engineering services, at the exhibition, which is to kick off on Wednesday.

    Iranian and Algerian businessmen along with a group of officials from the Algiers-based embassies are expected to attend the fair.

    Iran's trade fair to open in Algeria

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    Tehran, April 30, IRNA -- Iran's exclusive industrial exhibit is underway in the Algerian capital with the presence of more than 35 Iranian companies from April 29-May 6.

    The exhibition, sponsored by Iran Chamber of Cooperatives, is in line with an agreement signed by Iran and Algeria during the Algiers International trade fair.

    Industrial machinery, autos, services, transit hardware, handwoven carpets and rugs, dried fruits, hospital instruments, design and manufacturing elevators, technical and engineering services and stone cracker machines are part of products on display in the exhibition.

    Some high ranking Algerian officials and foreign diplomats, local traders and businessmen and Iranian officials are scheduled to visit the exhibition.


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