IRAN: Textile Chief Calls For Industry Modernisation
Iranian textile manufacturers will be given a major export boost if plans to modernise and privatise the industry go ahead, a senior trade official told delegates at a special industry seminar on Tuesday. Ali-Naqi Khamoushi, the head of Iran's Chamber of Commerce, Industries and Mines (ICCIM), said his country's textile firms are not set up to export their products, with their main goal being to produce textiles to replace similar imported goods.
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