Global financial activists who are engaged in the Iranian market are avidly longing the resolution of the Iranian nuclear standoff with the West, head of the Tehran Chamber of Commerce, Industries, and Mines (TCCIM) says.
“As stated by the Iranian president after arriving home from his UN session trip, global and regional requirements have now highlighted the demand for the resolution of the Iranian nuclear issue,” Yahya Ale-Es’haq told the Mehr news agency on Sunday.
“This demand, as stated by the president, is a source of hope that the nuclear dispute should be resolved,” he said, adding that the two sides have apparently reached technical consensus over the issue of the centrifuges and the Fordo and Arak installations.
Once the Iranian nuclear issue is resolved, he said, Western investors would rush to the Iranian market.
Ale-Es’haq served as trade minister in the administration of Akbar Hashmei Rafsanjani from 1993 to 1997.