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Iran Exports $500m Worth of Carpets in 10 Months

Some $500 million worth of carpets were exported from Iran during the 10 months to January 19, according to the deputy minister of industries, mining and trade.

Iran Keen to Increase Investments in Iraqi Projects

An Iranian trade official announced that the Islamic Republic plans to boost its investments in the neighbouring Iraq.
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, the Islamic Republic of Iran Customs Administration’s data shows. According to...
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Iran’s Sponge Iron Output Rises despite Drop in Global Production

Iran’s sponge iron production has grown considerably in 2016 amid dwindling global output.

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.

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.
russian-food

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.

Iran Exporting Chewing Gum to Italy, Sweden, Australia

Iran has exported well over 1,500 tonnes of chewing gum to several countries in the world in the nine months to December 2016.

59% Increase in Iran’s Handicraft Exports

Iran’s handicraft exports during the past three years show a nearly 60% increase, an Iranian official announced.

62% Rise in Iran’s Non-Oil Exports

Iran’s exports of non-oil commodities have increased by 62 per cent in the first quarter of the Iranian calendar year (started on March 21).

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