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MOSCOW, January 30. /TASS/. Iran is interested in cooperating with the Russian petrochemicals firm Sibur, participants of RosIranNeftekhim-2015 international conference said on Friday.
A representative of Tabriz Petrochemical Company said that it plans to offer Sibur a partnership in rubber and polymer sales. Head of Solar firm said that Sibur used to cooperate with Iran’s companies but it was forced to scale down cooperation because of anti-Iran sanctions. Some other companies’ representatives who participated in the conference also confirmed their interest in cooperating with Russia’s biggest petrochemicals firm.