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New Chairwoman for Nat’l  Carpet Center
New Chairwoman for Nat’l  Carpet Center
Saturday, June 02, 2018

New Chairwoman for Nat’l Carpet Center

Saturday, June 02, 2018

New Chairwoman for Nat’l Carpet Center

Minister of Industries, Mining and Trade Mohammad Shariatmadari has appointed Fereshteh Dastpak as the new head of Iran National Carpet Center.
She is replacing Hamid Kargar, IRNA reported on Thursday.
INCC was founded in the fiscal March 2003-4, with the aim of maintaining the prominent place of Iranian hand-woven carpets as a valuable cultural and artistic heritage at the national and international level through the supervision, guidance and support of related institutions, apart from boosting exports.
 

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