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Countries sell more goods into Iran

Iranian customs reports a significant increase in imports from several countries in April including Singapore and Argentina. » read more

Rising gasoline imports let Iran stop production of dirty fuel

The National Iranian Oil Refining and Distribution Company reports that Iran has tripled its gasoline imports. » read more

Customs rule changes to help import of crucial drugs

Iranian customs authorities have announced that medical drug importers will be allowed to clear their back-up goods through customs if they have bank guarantees for money owing. » read more

Iranian imports cease for more than three weeks

The head of the Iranian Chamber of Commerce Imports Commission has announced that all imports to Iran have been halted over the past 25 days. » read more

Cities warn Parliament about dangerous food imports

Representatives of the Iranian cities of Golpaygan and Langarood have warned the agriculture and health ministers that recent imports of wheat and rice are contaminated and could cause widespread health complications. » read more

Iranian trade stats well below last April’s figures

Iranian customs says imports into the country were down sharply last month compared to the same period in 2012. » read more

Iran pulls back on subsidizing import exchange rate

Iran’s Ministry of Industry announced that it will no longer allot subsidized foreign currency rates to any imports other than wheat, barley, corn and soya. » read more

Iran lifts ban on computer, mobile import

Iran has lifted its recent ban on the import of computers and mobile phones. » read more

Iran halts import of luxury items

Iran has stopped the import of luxury goods, the deputy minister of trade and industry told the Mehr News Agency. » read more