IRAN: First-Half Clothing Exports Climb 55 Per Cent
Iran's clothing exports during the six-month period from 21 March 2001 came to 3,192 tons - valued at US$42.4 million - according to the latest figures released by the Export Promotion Center of Iran (EPCI). This represents increases of 25.8 per cent in weight and 54.2 per cent in value compared with the corresponding figures for the previous half-year. According to the report, the clothes were mainly exported to European, Asian and Central Asian countries.
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