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Concrete, Mortar Mixers Imported

Concrete and mortar mixers weighing more than 711 tons and worth 51.55 billion rials ($1.6 million) were imported into Iran during the five months to Aug.

22, data released by the Islamic Republic of Iran Customs Administration announced.

China with over $1.5 million was the main country from where the products were purchased, followed by Germany and Turkey, Young Journalists Club reported.

News No: 1404
Date: 2017/10/10 - 16:16
News Source: Financial Tribune

Concrete  Mortar  Iran Customs Administration  China 


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