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A total of 1.75 million tons of rice were imported into Iran during the last fiscal year (March 2021-22), which is a 10-year record high, according to the secretary of Iran Rice Association.

Iran’s annual rice imports at record high

A total of 1.75 million tons of rice were imported into Iran during the last fiscal year (March 2021-22), which is a 10-year record high, according to the secretary of Iran Rice Association.

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Iran will barter its crude oil for grain shipments from Cuba as part of agreements reached between senior officials from the two countries in recent weeks, says a senior Iranian Foreign Ministry official.

Iran to barter crude oil for grains from Cuba

Iran will barter its crude oil for grain shipments from Cuba as part of agreements reached between senior officials from the two countries in recent weeks, says a senior Iranian Foreign Ministry official.

Trade
The third edition of an Iranian conference on Water Economics is to be hosted by the Center for Strategic Studies on Agriculture and Water affiliated to Iran Chamber of Commerce.

Iran Chamber of Commerce to host 3rd Conference on Water Economics

The third edition of an Iranian conference on Water Economics is to be hosted by the Center for Strategic Studies on Agriculture and Water affiliated to Iran Chamber of Commerce.

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Sharif Nezam-Mafi, the Chairman of Iran-Switzerland Joint Chamber of Commerce, said on Monday that Switzerland has turned into Iran’s first European trade partner.

Businessman says Switzerland has turned into Iran’s 1st European trade partner

Sharif Nezam-Mafi, the Chairman of Iran-Switzerland Joint Chamber of Commerce, said on Monday that Switzerland has turned into Iran’s first European trade partner.

Trade

Reducing purchasing power leads to major decline in Iran’s PMI

Iran’s new PMI data for the fiscal month of Farvardin (March 21 – April 20), released by the country’s Chamber of Commerce suggests a sharp fall in the figure partly due to reducing purchasing power and increasing production costs.

Iran’s new PMI data for the fiscal month of Farvardin (March 21 – April 20), released by the country’s Chamber of Commerce suggests a sharp fall in the figure partly due to reducing purchasing power and increasing production costs.
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