Iranian Expo to Open in Kenya
Economy, Domestic Economy

Iranian Expo to Open in Kenya

Iran’s first exclusive exhibition in East Africa is scheduled to be held in Nairobi, Kenya, during February 3-6. 
“More than 80 Iranian companies are expected to take part in the event,” Iran’s Ambassador to Kenya Hadi Farajvand announced.
According to the envoy, the participating companies are active in a wide range of fields, including but not limited to construction, tile and ceramics, electricity, information technology, oil and gas, petrochemicals, industrial automation, biotechnology, new energies, medicine and medical equipment, household appliances, foodstuff, textile and leather, IRNA reported.
Farajvand noted that in the last Iranian year (March 2015-16), Iran exported around $42.3 million worth of goods to Kenya and imported commodities worth $5.15 million in return.


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