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In a country with a range of different climates, soil types and landscapes, food, water and livestock remain important issues, especially with the world’s environment changing. All coverage about farming and related concerns is in this section.

Larijani

Nuclear Deal Boosts Foreign Investment in Iran: Larijani

Iran’s parliament speaker says the signature of a nuclear agreement between Tehran and the P5+1 group has led to a relative rise in foreign investment in the country.
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Iran’s Leader Urges Gov’t to Stop Importing Fruits

Ayatollah Seyyed Ali Khamenei, the Leader of Iran’s Islamic Revolution, highlighted the great quality of Iranian fruits and called on officials to stop importing fruits unless in very necessary cases.
khuzestan

Iran Trying to Cope with Environmental Crisis in Southwest

Iranian officials and lawmakers are trying to defuse the environmental crisis in Khuzestan province, southeastern Iran, these days.
Medicinal Herbs

Iran Boosting Production and Export of Its Medicinal Herbs

About $91 million worth of medicinal herbs, including cumin, coriander and coriander seeds, henna and damask rose, were exported in the last Iranian year (March 2015-16).
Agriculture

Iran’s Agriculture Sector More Appealing than Turkey’s: Foreign Financiers

A number of foreign investors believe that Iran’s agriculture sector is more appealing for them than that of the neighbouring Turkey.
Pomegranate

Korea and EU States Main Customers of Iran’s Pomegranate

South Korea was the biggest customer of Iranian pomegranate. Other export destinations include Germany, the UK, the UAE, Ukraine, Sweden, Switzerland and the Netherlands,...
Barberry Harvest

Germany, Top Customer of Iran’s Barberry

Many countries including the US, Britain, Canada, Australia, and Austria bought barberry from Iran in 2016, but Germany imported the highest amount.
saffron

Iranian MP Calls for Minimised Export of Unprocessed Saffron

An Iranian lawmaker criticized the export of unprocessed Iranian saffron, saying a portion of the Iranian saffron exported to European and Arab states is rebranded and resold by these countries.
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Iran about to Lose Russia’s Food Market

Iran risks losing Russia’s food market which was hit hard after the EU imposed sanctions on Moscow following Russia’s annexation of Crimea and the ensuing conflict between Kiev troops and pro-Russia forces.
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Malaysian Minister to Visit Iran on Sunday

Malaysian Minister of Plantation Industries and Commodities Mah Siew Keong will arrive in Tehran on Sunday at the head of a 25-member delegation to explore avenues of expanding bilateral ties with high-ranking Iranian officials.

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