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Agricultural Goods on Credit at IME
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Agricultural Goods on Credit at IME

Various agricultural commodities were offered based on salaf, installment and cash contracts at Iran Mercantile Exchange on Tuesday. The agricultural board featured 210 tons of rice based on salaf contract, 200 tons of Indian rice on cash payment and 1,450 tons of sugar on installments in addition to 8,550 tons of wheat, corn, unprocessed vegetable oil and soybean meal upon cash contracts. The export board saw more than 85,000 tons of bitumen and roof insulation. Meanwhile, about 60,000 tons of bitumen were offered by Pasargad Oil Company and Jey Oil Refining Company on the oil and petrochemical board, which also featured more than 28,000 tons of polymers, including polypropylene, polyethylene, polyvinyl chloride and acrylonitrile butadiene styrene. The industrial and mining board saw the offering of more than 1,700 tons of rebar bundles and 110 tons of I-beam by Isfahan Steel Company. Furthermore, 400 tons of aluminum ingots of 99.75% purity by Iran Aluminum Company and 100 tons of copper cathode by National Iranian Copper Industries Company were put up on the same board.

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