Iran’s trade with Eurasian Economic Union (EAEU) countries stood at around $1.4b in the first 8 months in the current Iranian calendar year.
Trade exchanges between Iran and Eurasia have increased by 14 percent from October 27, 2019, to June 19, 2020, compared to last year's corresponding period, Iran's Trade Development Organization reported on Sunday.
Islamic Republic of Iran is determined to uphold its longstanding policy of maintaining “balanced” and “friendly” relations with all Eurasian and East Asian powers.
The first joint conference between Iran and five Eurasian Union members was held online where participants discussed problems and hurdles in way of their trade agreement.
Eurasia has granted preferential tariffs and exemptions from customs duties to 10 Iranian export goods since April 1.
Head of Iran’s Trade Promotion Organization says the country should take advantage of current agreement with Eurasian Union and it should boost its trade with Eurasian states to at least $2b.
The Iranian capital on Sunday hosted an international conference on the country’s trade and cooperation with the member states of the Eurasian Economic Union (EAEU).
TEHRAN - President of Armenia’s Chamber of Commerce Mr. Martin Sargsyan yesterday announced readiness of his country to host Iran-Eurasia trade office which can enhance bilateral trade.
TEHRAN– Iranian Deputy Minister of Agriculture Ali Akbar Mehrfard asserted that Iran-Eurasia business agreement is being finalized and added “60 types of Iranian fruits have entered the business cycle.” Iranian Deputy Minister of Agriculture Ali Akbar Mehrfard made remarks in the joint meeting that is currently at session between the high ranking European business delegation […]