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Exports to Brazil
Economy, Domestic Economy

Exports to Brazil

Iran is seeking to increase its export of goods and services to Brazil, Fakhreddin Amerian, head of Iran-Brazil joint chamber of commerce, said on Wednesday. “The Brazilian market is a high-potential destination for Iranian exports,” IRNA quoted the official as saying. Brazil is Iran’s main trading partner in Latin America. The country’s top exports to Iran include food, medicines and minerals. Amerian put Brazil’s average annual exports to Iran at $2 billion and added that traders and businessmen interested in boosting bilateral economic and trade ties and have a creditable commerce card can visit www.iccima.ir for further information. Brazil remains Iran’s main trading partner and exporter in Latin America. The country’s top exports to Iran include food, medicines and minerals.

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