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Brazil seeks to balance trade with Iran: Minister

Minister of Agriculture, Livestock and Supply of Brazil Tereza Cristina Corrêa da Costa Dias emphasized that she pursues trade balance with Iran in her trip to the Islamic Republic.


Brazil agriculture minister due in Iran for expansion of relations

An upcoming visit to Iran by Minister of Agriculture, Livestock and Food Supply of Brazil Teresa Cristina da Costa Diaz is in line with the resolve of Brasilia government to further promote relations with Tehran, according to the Chairman of Iran-Brazil Joint Chamber of Commerce.


Iran Chamber chief terms South America as good target market

President of Iran Chamber of Commerce, Industries, Mines, and Agriculture (ICCIMA) Gholam Hossein Shafei said on Sunday that South America is a good market for the country.


Iran Chamber chief urges barter trade with Brazil

Referring to expensive transportation and lack of a trade agreement between Iran and Brazil, President of Iran Chamber of Commerce, Industries, Mines and Agriculture (ICCIMA) called for examining the possibility of barter trade between the two countries.

Iran Chamber

Iran government urged to normalize trade tariffs with Brazil

Iran annually imports $5 billion worth of essential goods from Brazil with a customs duty of up to 4% while the Islamic Republic’s exports to the South American country is less than $100 million per year, says the head of Iran-Brazil Chamber of Commerce.


Iran-Brazil Joint Chamber of Commerce opens office in Sao Paulo

Iranian Ambassador in Brazilia Hossein Qaribi said on Tuesday that Iran-Brazil Joint Chamber of Commerce has opened an office in Sau Paulo to represent Iran’s private sector in the Latin American country.

Joint Chambers

Iran urged to balance trade with Brazil

Participants of an online webinar on potentials for cooperation between Iran and Brazil underlined that Iran needs to create balance in its trade with the Latin American country.

Iran Chamber

Iranian ship Bavand sets sail from Brazil, second vessel following soon

Iranian ship Bavand, which had been at the heart of a geopolitical spat between Brasilia and Tehran, set sail from Brazil on Monday after receiving fuel from state-run Petroleo Brasileiro, the port of Paranaguá said.


Brazil Supreme Court urges Petrobras to refuel stuck Iranian ships

Brazil’s top court has ordered on Thursday that state-controlled oil company Petrobras refuel two Iranian grain vessels stranded near the Paranagua port for a month unable to head back to the Middle East due to lack of fuel.


Iran non-oil trade with Americas over $800m in 9 months

Brazil, the US, Canada and Uruguay are the four North and South American countries that have had major commercial dealings with Iran since 21 March, according to the latest data.