Mercedes-Benz, a division of Daimler AG, will resume production of cars in Iran from the beginning of the new Persian year in March, ISNA news agency has reported.
Iran exported about $18.8 billion worth of industrial products in the seven months to Oct. 22, 2017, registering a 3.3% increase compared with the previous year’s corresponding period.
Two more turboprop planes made by Franco-Italian plane manufacturer ATR have arrived at Tehran’s Mehrabad International Airport on Saturday.
The second edition of Tehran Auto Show, an international exhibition of car and its related industries, is underway in the Iranian capital.
Iran, Turkey and Qatar have signed a trilateral agreement aimed at boosting trade with Doha amid a Saudi-led blockade on the Persian Gulf sheikhdom.
The CEO of Iran’s MAPNA Group Abbas Aliabadi says the company has signed an initial agreement with the US multinational conglomerate General Electric.
After the Japanese carmaker Toyota apologized to the US government for selling a vehicle to the Iranian embassy in India, Iranian social media users are reminding the automaker of its alleged complicity with ISIS terrorists in their crimes in Iraq and Syria.
Iran Khodro Company (IKCO), the giant Iranian auto manufacturer, plans to build cars in collaboration with the firm that designs such cars as Ferrari, Maserati, and Peugeot.
Uganda’s Foreign Minister Sam Kutesa has called on Iranian manufacturers to produce agricultural machinery in the African state and export their products from there.
A senior official from the Czech Republic has voiced Prague’s interest in investing in the Iranian steel industry given the significant progress the Islamic Republic has made in this area.