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Tehran to Host 21st Int’l  Textile Expo
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Tehran to Host 21st Int’l Textile Expo

The 21st International Exhibition of Textile Machinery, Raw Materials and Products will be held at Tehran’s International Permanent Fairground on September 4-7. More than 340 domestic and foreign textile companies and brands from India, Turkey, Spain and England will attend the event to share their expertise and explore avenues for investment and cooperation with Iranian companies. Textile machinery, sewing machines, embroidery machines, various types of home textiles such as blankets, bedspreads, pillowcases, sleeping mats, towels, tablecloths, pillows, quilts, cushions, curtains, shutters and related accessories, fabrics, garments, yarns, fibers and paint are some of the products and equipment that will be showcased by the participants, Mehr News Agency reported.

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