More than 700 firms are displaying their products in an international hand-woven carpet exhibition in Tehran.
Head of Iran National Carpet Center Hamid Karegar says the Islamic Republic will resume export of its hand-woven carpets to US in near future.
The Austrian President along with his wife and a large economic delegation is in Iran on a three-day official visit.
Chaleshtar in the central district of Shahrekord, the provincial capital of Chaharmahal-Bakhtiari, is going to be home to Iran's first carpet village, says the head of Carpet Department at the provincial Industries, Mines and Commerce Organization.
Mohammad Babaei, a representative of the United Nations Industrial Development Organization, said on Tuesday May 10 that UNIDO is ready to cooperate with Hamedan Province to help promote its leather industry.
An Iranian official has said that Isfahan’s new title, the World Craft City, can help the country boost its tourism.
Head of the Iran's National Carpet Center Hamid Kargar said here on Thursday that China is considered as the 10 main countries that import Iranian hand-woven carpets.
The exhibition which also includes Iranian dishes and traditional music has been warmly welcomed by Iranian, Turkish and foreign visitors.
The designation comes after Isfahan was named a World Crafts City in September by the World Crafts Council.
The rug has been put on display in some Asian and European countries.