Iran Bans Presale of Imported Cars
Iran Bans Presale of Imported Cars
Sunday, July 15, 2018

Iran Bans Presale of Imported Cars

Sunday, July 15, 2018

Iran Bans Presale of Imported Cars

Following a government directive barring imports of vehicles into Iran, authorities with Consumer and Producer Protection Organization have announced that pre-selling such vehicles is also banned.

Head of metal and minerals department at CPPO, Ahmad Fardar, warned people against placing orders for imported vehicles, stressing that there is a slim chance for having the units delivered


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