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Iran Elected CAFA Deputy Head
Iran Elected CAFA Deputy Head

Iran Elected CAFA Deputy Head

Iran Elected CAFA Deputy Head

Iran was elected deputy head of the Council of Asia-Pacific Furniture Association (CAFA) for two years during the 20th annual forum of the council held in Tehran on December 14.
The forum was attended by representatives of furniture associations from Pakistan, the Philippines, Indonesia, Singapore, Thailand, Malaysia and South Korea, among others, according to secretary-general of the National Council of Furniture, Decoration and Related Industries.
“Iran became a CAFA member in 2014. We are neighbors with 15 countries and our unique location provides us with access to the 400-million market of the region,” Mozaffar Alikhani was also quoted as saying by IRNA on Sunday.

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