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IME to Offer Foreign Cars  

The IME said it has agreed to offer 21,140 imported sedans from China’s Changan and South Korea’s Kia companies
IME to Offer Foreign Cars  
IME to Offer Foreign Cars  

Imported cars will be offered at Iran Mercantile exchange (IME) later this month if the prerequisites are met, a spokesperson for the Ministry of Industries, Mining and Trade said.
“So far there are orders for 40,000 foreign cars. Permits for sale and number plate registration have been received and there are no impediments for import or customs clearance of foreign cars,” Omid Qalibaf was quoted by SENA as saying.
The Industry Ministry seeks to offer some 900,000 domestically-made cars via the IME in the next 6 months, Qalibaf said.
“Nearly 170,000 Iran-made vehicles will on offer via this market in the coming days by the two main carmakers Iran Khodro Co. (IKCO) and SAIPA.”


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