About The Islamic Chamber Research & Information Center
The Islamic Chamber Research and Information Center was incepted in 2002, based on a Memorandum of Understanding between the Islamic Chamber of Commerce and Industry and Iran Chamber of Commerce, Industries and Mines, to identify and analyze challenges and opportunities related to promotion of trade; to assist small & medium enterprises in OIC countries ; to organize seminars, workshops and training programs on economic issues ; to design training programs for the ICCI in different sectors ; to collect, compile and disseminate trade data among OIC Countries; to develop relations with other training and research institutions; to produce a wide range of reports, books and other publications...
INTERNATIONAL CONFERENCE ON “MUSLIM BUSINESS COMMUNITIES CONTRIBUTION TO POST 2015 DEVELOPMENT AGENDA”
Wednesday, 25 June, 2014
Islamic Chamber Research and Information Center (ICRIC), trying to survey the achievement to the post 2015 agenda, hold international conference on “Muslim Business Communities Contribution to Post 2015 Development Agenda” on June 24th-25th, 2014.
Islamic Chamber Research and Information Center (ICRIC ) had organized a two-days international conference on “Muslim Business Contribution to Post-2015 Development Agenda” from 24th-25th June, 2014 in the Iran Chamber of Commerce, Industry, Mines and Agriculture building in Tehran.
40TH IDB ANNIVERSARY & 39TH IDB GROUP ANNUAL MEETING
Sunday, 22 June, 2014
The 39th Annual Meeting of the Islamic Development Bank Group will take place in Jeddah, Saudi Arabia from 24 to 28 Sha’baan 1435H (22 – 26 June 2014) under the patronage of the Custodian of the Two Holy Mosques and will coincide, this year, with the celebration of the 40th Anniversary of the Bank.
IDB MEMBER COUNTRIES TO BOOST PRODUCTION CAPACITY, PRIVATE SECTOR INVESTMENT AND CROSS-BORDER COOPERATION WEDNESDAY, 02 JULY 2014
Sunday,13 July , 2014
Jeddah, KSA – The 25th Annual Symposium on “Strengthening Regional Economic Cooperation and Integration for Development in IDB Member Countries” held in conjunction with the 39th Annual Meeting of the Board of Governors asserted the need for strengthening cooperation and integration among member countries, trade openness to boost competitiveness, accelerating youth education, science and technology and research to sustain better relationship and economic interdependence among member countries, intensifying cross-border infrastructure investment in transportation, energy, etc., and fostering Islamic finance for regional integration.
ISLAMIC DEVELOPMENT BANK SIGNS US$ 2.4 BILLION WORTH OF NEW FINANCING AGREEMENTS AT 39TH IDB BOARD OF GOVERNORS’ MEETING
Sunday,13 July , 2014
Jeddah, KSA, 26.06.2014 – The 39th Annual Meeting of the Islamic Development Bank (IDB) Board of Governors witnessed, at its concluding session in Jeddah, KSA, the signing of US$ 2.45 billion worth of new financing agreements with 22 member countries, US$ 1.5 billion of which went to the energy production and transmission sector, with the rest for sectors like, communication, roads and transport, food security, irrigation, farming and fisheries, health care, water supply, job creation, SMEs, etc.