ICCIMA Delegation  to Visit S. Africa  on July15
ICCIMA Delegation  to Visit S. Africa  on July15
Monday, May 21, 2018

ICCIMA Delegation to Visit S. Africa on July15

Monday, May 21, 2018

ICCIMA Delegation to Visit S. Africa on July15

Iran Chamber of Commerce, Industries, Mining and Agriculture plans to send a delegation headed by chairman of the chamber, Gholamhossein Shafei, to South Africa on July 15 to discuss bilateral trade relations, ICCIMA's official website reported.
The chamber has invited economic players from the public and private sectors in the fields of mining, food, technical and engineering services, plastic and related products, petrochemicals, engine oil, pharmaceuticals, medical equipment, construction materials, medical tourism, automobile, carpet and home appliances to register in the runup to the four-day visit.


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