Tehran to Host CAFA Forum
Tehran to Host CAFA Forum

Tehran to Host CAFA Forum

Tehran to Host CAFA Forum

Tehran will host the annual forum of the Council of Asia-Pacific Furniture Association (CAFA) on December 14, in which representatives of furniture associations from Pakistan, the Philippines, Indonesia, Singapore, Thailand, Malaysia and South Korea, among others, will take part, according to the secretary-general of the National Council of Furniture, Decoration and Related Industries. “This is the first time Iran is hosting the event that could benefit the country by making our counterparts familiar with Iran’s capabilities and potentials in the field,” Mozaffar Alikhani was also quoted as saying by IRNA. “Pakistan, which is an important export destination for Iranian products, will be taking part in the event for the first time, which provides an excellent opportunity to expand trade ties with the neighboring country.”

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