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S. African Delegations to Visit in May
Economy, Domestic Economy

S. African Delegations to Visit in May

A 20-member commercial delegation from South Africa’s Ministry of Trade and Industry and Department of Trade and Industry are scheduled to visit Iran next month. This was announced by the economic counselor of South Africa’s Embassy in Iran on Tuesday in a meeting with international affairs deputy of Iran Chamber of Commerce, Industries, Mines and Agriculture, Mohammad Reza Karbasi. “The delegation will be comprised of representatives from companies active in the fields of food, chemicals, pharmaceuticals, auto parts, airplanes, steel, telecommunications, furniture and meat among others and will survey ways of expanding bilateral relations with their Iranian counterparts,” Sarah Dien was quoted as saying by ICCIMA’s news portal. Dien noted that a 15-member delegation active in the food industry will also visit Iran and take part in Iran’s Agrofood Exhibition scheduled for May 23-26.

 

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