Iran's Exports to South Africa Up in Post-JCPOA
TEHRAN (FNA)- Iran's commercial attaché in South Africa Mehrdad Siaydat Nasab says Iran's exports to South Africa increased in the post-JCPOA era.
Siadat Nasab said based on statistics released by Iran's Customs Administration, the exports revenue rose by 70 percent to $ 14,300,000 in the first four months of this year (started March 20).
He said petrochemical products, bitumen, oil, tiles and ceramics, dates, power transformations, , hand-woven carpets, and pistachios, industrial lubricants and so on were major exported items to South Africa.
He added that Iran's capacity of exports is times higher than the current level and preparations should be made for trade between the two countries, including , and marketing of Iranian products.