Iran Oman

Iran-Oman trade at $593 million in 9 months

Iran and Oman traded 2.29 million tons of commodities worth $593 million during the first nine months of the current Iranian year (March 20, 2020-Jan. 19), showing a 33% increase in value compared with the similar period of last year, according to the chairman of Iran-Oman Chamber of Commerce.


Iran’s chief banker in Oman to discuss broader banking, trade ties

Central Bank of Iran (CBI) governor Abdolnasser Hemmati has travelled to Oman to discuss deeper economic ties with Persian Gulf sultanate.


Iran launches direct refrigerated container shipping line to Oman

The new line will bring to five the number of direct shipping lines between the two countries on either side of the strategic Strait of Hormuz.



‘Iran-Oman trade volume doubles in 2018’

Iran-Oman Joint Chamber of Commerce President Mohsen Zarrabi says annual trade volume between Tehran and Muscat has risen two-fold, surpassing one billion dollars.



Muscat needs processed Iranian marine products: Omani fisheries official

Undersecretary for the Omani Ministry of Agriculture and Fisheries Hamed Said Al-Oufi believes there are huge cooperation potential between Iran and Oman in fisheries industries as Tehran has made great advances in fish farming and catching.


High-level Omani fisheries official holds talks with ICCIMA President Shafei

Undersecretary for the Omani Ministry of Agriculture and Fisheries Hamed Said Al-Oufi visited Iran Chamber of Commerce, Industries, Mines and Agriculture (ICCIMA) on Wednesday to holds talks with Iran private sector’s parliament Speaker Gholam Hossein Shafei.

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‘Oman, safe corridor for re-export of Iranian commodities’

Iran private sector parliament believes the Persian Gulf country is a safe and secure place for the Iranian businesses to be able to export their goods to Africa, Arab and European countries.

Agriculture and Environment

Iran to open trade offices in Iraq, Turkey, Lebanon, Syria

The plan is part of Iran’s wider approach to promote ties with regional countries. Western neighbours are now the country’s economic priority following the US sanctions.


Iranain comapnies to register again in Omani Sohar Free Zone

The moves comes after a decision by the ports legal department. The process was interrupted when the US unilaterally walked out the 2015 international treaty on Iran nuclear programme and reimposed economic sanctions on the country.

Joint Chambers

‘All Oman ports open to Iran ships’

Restrictions on Iranian vessels travelling to Oman have been removed after Tehran sought proper permission.