Fruit Exports Earn $2.8b
Economy, Domestic Economy

Fruit Exports Earn $2.8b

Iran exported fruit and dried fruit worth over $2.8 billion to Europe and regional countries in the current Iranian year (to end March 19), said a deputy agricultural minister. Mohammad Ali Tahmasebi also hoped that the implementation of the landmark nuclear deal will have a positive impact on fruit exports to European Union member states, Mehr News Agency reported.

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