The Iran Chamber of Commerce, Industries, Mines and Agriculture (ICCIMA) is a non-profit semi-governmental institution, established to facilitate economic growth and development in the country. ICCIMA is a forum in the field of industries, mines and agriculture. Its main functions are:
facilitating cooperation among business persons and owners of industries, mines and agricultural units,
advising in the implementation of relevant state laws and regulations,
providing advisory opinions to the Government on commercial and economic issues,
establishing relations with chambers of commerce in other countries. As of 2010, Iran’s Chamber of Commerce had relations with 40 international chambers,
establishing joint chambers or committees of commerce, according to the general policies of the Government,
seeking to identify export markets for Iranian products and services,
settling through arbitration, domestic or international commercial disputes, by establishing the ICCIMA Arbitration Center.