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In Saratov planned to open an Iranian trading house.
It is assumed that working from home will expand the trade partnership between the region and the Islamic Republic.
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Authorities in Saratov region are planning to open an Iranian trade house in Saratov. It is assumed that work at home will allow you to extend the export-import relations between the region and Iran, told TASS Director of the Saratov centre of export support of Natalia Kornienko.

"On Tuesday in Iran is the business visit of regional business, during which the parties discussed the possibility of opening of the Iranian trading house in the region. It is assumed that work at home will allow you to concentrate and expand export-import operations between the region and the Islamic Republic. Moreover, future shopping home may become a center of attraction for the Russian and Iranian businesses, and Caspian littoral States", - said Kornienko.

She said that in the trading house can be open, including the exhibition area, which will be presented that can offer Iranian business - food, fruits, nuts, medicines, cosmetics, household chemicals, leather goods and fur, baby and construction products and much more. In addition, it is expected that the building will house offices of chambers of Commerce and other organizations that help the development of entrepreneurship in the Islamic Republic.

Earlier it was reported that the authorities in Saratov region expect to increase exports to Iran due to the supply of agricultural products (agribusiness), including Halal meat to Iran, the deliveries will be made on the Volga.

 

According to the Ministry of investment policy and property relations of the region's foreign trade turnover with Iran by the end of 2017 amounted to more than $25,752 million Traditional items of exports are sunflower oil, barley, lentils, wheat, and imports vegetables.



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Источники: ТАСС
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