Monday, 25 March, 2019

60-member Polish trade delegation to visit Iran this week

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A trade delegation of 60 Polish companies is scheduled to visit Iran from September 25 to 27.

‘The delegation will be headed by the Polish Minister of Economy Janusz Piechocinski’, Tehran Times quoted from the official website of Iran Chamber of Commerce, Industries, Mines and Agriculture.

Poland was the 50th biggest importer of Iranian non-oil goods in the first five months of the current Iranian calendar year (March 21-August 22), according to the Iran Customs Administration.

Iran exported $7.67 million of non-oil goods to Poland and imported $11.558 million of non-oil goods from the country.

The volume of trade between Iran and Poland totaled $41 million in the past Iranian calendar year, which ended on March 20.

Iran exported $20 million of non-oil goods to Poland and imported $21 million of non-oil goods from the country in the previous year.

Raisin, pistachio, date, black tea, dried fruits, sweet, saffron, vegetables, cheese and bakery machinery were the major products Iran exported to Poland.

Dietary supplements, injector pump, tractor, sugar-free chewing gum, Cotton-spinning machinery, combine harvester, Mechanotherapy equipment, brake pad, glass containers, mineral fertilizers, paper and trout were the main items Iran imported from the European country in the past calendar year.

Iran says it is preparing to host 10 European trade delegations within the next two weeks, stressing that the rise in the frequency of visits by trade delegations is a result of July nuclear breakthrough with the P5+1, Press TV reported on September 15.

 

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