In the past years, the volume of Iran’s trade with the countries of the Africa has been one billion USD in exports and imports, which is in no way proportional to the capacities of Iran and African countries.
– Tanzania has the 62nd rank among the importing countries to Iran, followed by Ghana with the 66th rank, Ethiopia with the 68th rank, South Africa with the 69th rank and Kenya as the 70th importer among the 116 importing countries to Iran.
And the main African countries that have had a history of trade with Iran are as follows:
North: Tunisia / Algeria / Egypt / Morocco
East: Kenya / Uganda / Tanzania
South: South Africa
Weakness in understanding the two sides and the weakness of commercial infrastructure are the two main reasons for the low volume of trade between Iran and the Africa. Iran and Africa Business Club, as the representative of Iranian traders in Africa and the representative of African traders in Iran and having commercial offices on both sides, aims to develop infrastructures and help traders on both sides with coherent and purposeful planning. Recognizing mutual opportunities and threats will promote trade relations between countries and increase the volume of trade between Iran and Africa, which has achieved extensive success in this direction. You too can discover a new market for your goods and services by becoming a free member of the Iran and Africa Business Club.
Telefax : 00982188725016
Tel : 00982188722035
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Iran central office : No. 19, Fathi Shaghaghi St, Valiasr St , Tehran , Iran ,
Telefax : +982188725016
Africa Office :19 Streetly Ave , Auckland Park, Johannesburg , South Africa ,
Tell : 0027645941627