Iran's Telecommunications Industries company and Finnish Nokia company are set to enter into a joint venture project to develop BTS mobile telecommunications industry in Iran.
Managing director of Iran's Telecommunications Industries (ITI) Company Mohammad-Ebrahim Motalle told reporters on Tuesday that his company had been in talks with Nokia for the joint venture project, IRIB reported. According to him, Bali company will be a third party in the project.
He added that the project will cost Rls 2000 billion in value, and its implementation is expected to have positive impact on Iranian job market.
The official said that ITI had won the bid for fuel distribution by intelligence cards in the second half of this year. (menareport.com)
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