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Official: Iran's Nano Products Exported to Over 45 States

Head of Iran’s Nanotechnology Initiative Council (INIC) Saeed Sarkar underlined the country's huge progress in manufacturing and exporting nanotechnology products.

"Fortunately, we are witnessing that nanotechnology products are being exported to over 45 countries of the world and we are witnessing the growing flourishing of this arena," Sarkar told FNA on the sidelines of the 12th International Nanotechnology Festival and Exhibition in Tehran.

He added that last year, Iran had planned to lead the nanotechnology exhibition towards industrialization, and said this goal has been attained by the 50% increase in the number of companies participating in the exhibit.

In relevant remarks in August, Sarkar had said that his country was planning to increase its nano-products by more than 2 times, declaring plans to increase the number of Iranian nanotechnology-enhanced products to 1,400 in two years.

He added that as many as 250 nanotechnology-enhanced products will hit the market this year, adding, “In nanotechnology, we will definitely reach the point where both our production and our exports will see a remarkable increase.”

“At the moment, there are nearly 600 nanotechnology-enhanced products in the Iranian market, and 250 more will be added this year,” he added.

“We have plans to bring the number of Iranian nano products to 1400 in the Iranian calendar year of 1400, which is in two years,” he said.

The INIC head then noted the good progress in the nanotechnology sector, saying, “We targeted good opportunities that both contributed to the growth of our nano-based economy and increased the reach of our nano exports.”

News No: 6644
Date: 2019/10/12 - 19:28
News Source: Fars News

INIC  nanotechnology  economy  industrialization  FNA 

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