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Iran, Qatar Sign MoU on E-Commerce

Tipax and Q-Post agreed to share their resources for the establishment of a courier network between Iran and Qatar to help boost bilateral trade. Tipax and Q-Post agreed to share their resources for the establishment of a courier network between Iran and Qatar to help boost bilateral trade.

A private Iranian courier service firm, Tipax, signed a memorandum of understanding with Qatar Postal Services Company to help boost e-commerce ties between the two countries last week in Doha.
Tipax and Q-Post also agreed to share their resources for the establishment of a courier network between Iran and Qatar to help boost bilateral trade. 
The value of trade between Iran and Qatar hit $275 million in the last fiscal year (March 2017-18), marking a 137% increase compared with the year before. Iran’s exports to the Persian Gulf state reached $248 million to register a 140% growth.

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