Nematzadeh proposed establishment of common markets
for Islamic countries and pointed out that improved technological capabilities could be a necessity for facilitation of the trade.
He noted that, in general, there will be several common markets
: common economic market, common market
of agricultural products, common labor market.
Muslim countries should do their best to set up joint banks, use common currencies and establish common markets
to ease trade among their private sectors, said Torkan, according to the Islamic Republic News Agency.