Wiley maintained its relations with Iran under sanctions
Publish Date : Wednesday 13 May 2015 - 09:48
IBNA- On the sidelines of the 28th Tehran International Book Fair, Philip Kaiser, Vice President of John Wiley International Development, said: “We maintained relations with Iran under sanctions.”
According to IBNA
correspondent, John Wiley & Son
is a major publishing company dealing with all kinds of books, particularly the university textbooks.
Wiley publishing is in fact a collection of a few smaller commercial trademarks which are each active in a special area and have their own independent teams and members. This publication is also in possession of very prestigious journals in the fields of technology, engineering and science.
This international publishing with its headquarters located in Hoboken, New Jersey, U.S.A., has its representatives in the cities of New York, Weinheim, Brisbane, Singapore and Toronto.
Philip Kaiser talked with us about the activities of this old publishing company and expressed his generally positive views on Tehran Book Fair
and the people of Iran.
He said that John Wiley Publication Company was established in 1807, and in a period of over 200 years has published books in all areas of science, especially in medicine, engineering and humanities, and the texts were published aimed at a variety of audiences.