Tehran (IP) - The Iran-Brazil Chamber of Commerce was inaugurated in São Paulo, Brazil, in the presence of a group of Iran's parliament members, the Chairman of the Parliamentary Commission on Agriculture, and the deputy of the agriculture minister, and about 200 Iranian and Brazilian businessmen.

Iran PressIran news: Iran-Brazil Joint Chamber of Commerce Fakhreddin Amerian said at the ceremony: "By signing the first MoC, It was agreed that by removing barriers Iran's exports facing and reducing customs tariffs, Iranian traders and producers would be able to export more goods to Brazil to increase Iran's share to one billion dollars yearly."

Mohammad Ghorbani, Iran's deputy minister of agriculture, also announced the full support of Iranian businessmen in supplying the inputs and products needed by Brazil in overseas cultivation.

After the inauguration of the Iran-Brazil Chamber of Commerce, the Iranian delegation visited the agricultural lands and slaughterhouses of heavy livestock owned by Iranians and was informed about the process of exporting Brazilian agricultural and livestock products to Iran.


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