An Iranian trade official has announced that the country is trying to find ways to boost its exports to the USA, despite the threat of import sanctions after Washington’s withdrawal from the nuclear deal.
The Trade Promotion Organization of Iran is preparing for further exports of Iran’s agricultural and food products to the USA, the Director of TPO’s Exports Bureau Mahmoud Bazari was quoted as saying.
Bazari noted that most agricultural and food brands in Iran export their products to the US, adding that exports have high added-value for the Iranian brands.
He hoped that the USA withdrawal from the nuclear deal would not hamper Iranian companies’ exports to the US.
“The exports are carried out through third countries, including Mexico, Canada and certain European states,” he said. Bazari said Iranian companies are seeking to expand exports to the US, adding that Iranian ice creams have already entered the US market recently.