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Tehran to Host Int’l Paper Expo
Tehran to Host Int’l Paper Expo
Saturday, June 02, 2018

Tehran to Host Int’l Paper Expo

Saturday, June 02, 2018

Tehran to Host Int’l Paper Expo

The First International Specialized Exhibition of Paper, Cardboard, Cellulose Products and Related Machinery is scheduled to open at Tehran International Fairground on July 28.
The expo is aimed at introducing the latest products and services, providing the opportunity for domestic and foreign marketing, utilizing the know-how and expertise of other countries, transfering latest technology into the country and introducing investment opportunities for domestic and foreign investors, ILNA reported
 

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