Chambers of commerce

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Qom Chamber of Commerce, Industries, Mines & Agriculture

+98 (25) 3777 4949 Qom
1- Presentation of the decisions of the specialized commissions of the chamber to the three branches of the government with a view of : a) promoting the private sector b) suggesting solutions to some

Sanandaj Chamber of Commerce, Industries, Mines & Agriculture

+98 (87) 1750 3329 Sanandaj
In order to fulfill long-term perspective purposes of country and basic theory of national development and orientations of territorial planning and attention to superior documents and features of prov

Kashan Chamber of Commerce, Industries, Mines & Agriculture

+98 (31) 5545 2288 Kashan
The first phase of the chamber of commerce in Iran which in that time was called:”the bar council” was established in 1884 AD. In the era of Nasser al-Din shah Qajar. The central parliament permit

Kermanshah Chamber of Commerce, Industries, Mines & Agriculture

+98 (83) 3822 8131 Kermanshah
Kermanshah Province Chamber of Commerce, Industries & Mines, which around 1940’s was known as Chamber of Trade based on Kermanshah Chamber’s weekly minutes of proceedings and available eviden

Zanjan Chamber of Commerce, Industries, Mines & Agriculture

+98 (24) 3346 3773 Zanjan
Is Non-Governmental, Non-profit, self-financed organization in Zanjan, Iran. The organization has a key role as unified voice of approximately 1359 member employers and trade associations. The General

Alborz Chamber of Commerce, Industries, Mines & Agriculture

+98 (26) 3341 6090 Karaj
This geographical location and the vicinity to Tehran as capital and the center of trade and commercial actions in Iran are the reasons, why thousands of famous enterprises, companies, associations or

Iran Chamber of Commerce, Industries, Mines & Agriculture

+98 (21) 8882 5111 Tehran
In mid 13th Iranian century (late 19th century A.D) Haj Mohammad Hasan Amin-ol-Zarb, on behalf of Tehran Traders and supported by a group of businessmen, could attract Nasereddin Shah (the then king o