Fast fashion Italian mode moves quickly to get foothold in post-sanctions IranComments
Italy has moved quickly in order for its fashion houses to get a foothold in Iran, following the lifting of Western sanctions.
Italian Prime Minister H. E. Matteo Renzi,
matteorenzi</a>, met with Leader of Revolution minutes ago. <a href="https://t.co/SujPkX27wW">pic.twitter.com/SujPkX27wW</a></p>— Khamenei.ir (khamenei_ir) April 12, 2016
The two countries signed an agreement during a two-day visit by Italian Prime Minister Matteo Renzi with a delegation of business leaders to increase trade between Italy and Iran and reinforce industrial cooperation.
Italia-Iran: accordo Sistema Moda Italia con TGUhttps://t.co/aC0OlasrXX # pic.twitter.com/Olm14SDRYH— FMag Italia (@FashionMagIT) April 13, 2016
The deal was signed by the National Textiles and Fashion Association Sistema Moda Italia, which represents a sector worth more than 52 billion euros in revenues, and the Tehran Garment Union.