The exhibition, to be held from November 3 to November 4, covers different areas such as oil and gas, minerals, industries, hi-tech products, infrastructure projects, tourism projects and environmental industries.
China's Second Investment Exhibition will be held with the purpose of finding new and suitable opportunities for Chinese investments abroad, including emerging markets such as Iran.
Entrepreneurs and owners of investment projects will meet face-to-face with legal experts from investment organizations and foreign investors.
Deputy Economy Minister and head of Iran's Investment, Technical and Economic Aids Behrouz Alishiri is currently in China at the head of a high-ranking economic delegation comprising of economists from governmental and private organizations.
Iran is currently China's third-largest supplier of crude, providing China with roughly 12 percent of its total annual oil consumption -- nearly one million barrels per day.
The Iran-China trade value has been estimated to reach USD 30 billion in 2010. The value of trade between Iran and China amounted to USD 8.6 billion in the first quarter of the Iranian calendar year (starting March 21st). About USD 5.4 billion of this sum constitutes Iran's export volume.
China is the world's third-largest economy. According to World Bank reports, China has favorable economic conditions while enjoying a stable macro economy status.
The Chinese economy is growing at a rate of 10 percent annually even as the world emerges from a deep recession.