News ID: 317411
Published: 0330 GMT October 27, 2021

TPO plans to double Iran’s non-oil exports in four years

TPO plans to double Iran’s non-oil exports in four years

Head of Iran’s Trade Promotion Organization (TPO) Alireza Peyman Pak said plans are underway for doubling the country’s non-oil exports over the next four years.

Peyman Pak added that it is necessary to prepare a detailed roadmap in the field of exports to know exactly what institutions and sectors should be used to achieve the desired result, IRNA reported.

According to the official, based on a comprehensive four-year plan, the export target countries are divided into two groups, the first priority and the second priority.

Peyman Pak added that the first priority group comprises 23 countries including neighboring countries, China, India, Russia, Kenya, and Malaysia.

“Our approach is to do business with preferential and complementary tariffs to develop exports. We can also provide logistics subsidies to establish links between us and our trade partners,” he noted.

He said, “If the free trade agreement with Eurasia is fully implemented, we will have the capacity to export $10 billion to the union in the short term, which should be used to the best of our ability.”

We need to produce goods that have supply stability, quality, and a proper pricing system, the official added.

The official also underlined the significant role that organizations and institutions like the Iran Chamber of Cooperatives can play in supporting small production units to reach global markets.


“The Iran Chamber of Cooperatives has an important role to play in supporting small- and medium-sized enterprises (SMEs), as well as in supply chains which can help small traders to produce and export their goods,” he added.


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