Economic Ties With S. Korea Enter New Phase
12/24/2012 11:44:52 AM
Incil Aei, the head of South Korea Economic Studies Association (AKES), made the statement on the occasion of the 50th year of economic ties between the two countries in a meeting in Isfahan Chamber of Commerce, Industry, Mines and Agriculture on Saturday. 
Aei said small- and medium-sized companies hold special importance in South Korean economy and have contributed a great deal to economic development, IRNA wrote. 
“With the help of these companies, trade and export of South Korea have surpassed the country’s gross domestic product,” he said. 
Director of International Economy Department at Isfahan University Kamal Tayyebi called for holding the conference of AKES in Iran next year and said this conference will play an important role in future Iranian-South Korea economic ties. 
He added that the association has 3,000 active members in the world and a large number of economic articles in the world are written by its members.