An exhibition and sales outlet for Iranian
goods in the fields of restaurant equipment and hospitality opened in
Muscat, Oman, on Saturday. Iran’s deputy envoy to Oman, Mohammad
Toutounchi, who was present in the opening ceremony, said the
exhibition is aimed at paving the way for the expansion of commercial
ties between the two countries. “Iran-Oman trade stood at around $1.35
billion in 2016, registering more than a 35% increase compared with
2015,” he was quoted as saying by IRNA.
According to Toutounchi, commercial exchanges included steel,
etrochemicals, foodstuff, livestock, industrial equipment, automotives,
construction materials, carpet, agricultural products, detergent,
technical and engineering services, oil and gas.