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14 to 18 March 2018
    Why Exhibit

    -       Iran is the second largest economy in MENA region, and also has the second largest population of the region.

    -       Following two years of recession, the Iranian economy recovered, according to World Bank.

    -       Iran has adopted a comprehensive strategy with market-based reforms, visualizing an annual economic growth rate of 8%.

    -       World Bank believes real GDP of Iran should rise to 5.8% and 6.7% in 2016 and 2017, after sanctions. 

    -        Iran is the biggest producer of  Pistachios, stone Fruit, and Berries, and also the second producer of Walnuts, Dates, Apricots, and Watermelons

    -       Iran is ranked among the top 5 producers of Cherries, Sour Cherries, Figs, Eggplants, Almonds, and Vegetable.

    -       About 19% of industrial units (with +50 workers) of Iran, are active in food processing industries, ranking first in total fields.

    -       About 31% of production value of industrial units (with 10-49 workers) is produced by food processing industries.

    -       The country imported over 195 million USD of different food machinery in the last 9 months of 2016.

    -       About 20% of non-oil exports of Iran is in food and agriculture sector.

    -       The value share of food and agricultural imports in non-oil products exceeds 23%.

    -       About 18% of total investment in Iranian industry is invested in food industry.

    -       Iranian agricultural policy supports the production of strategically important crops by purchasing certain crops at guaranteed prices and encouraging the production of specific crops through farm subsidies.

    -       The government also pays a wide range of subsidies for improvements in production methods, the use of fertilizers and pesticides, and agricultural research.

    -       The income derived from all agriculture activities are tax exempted for all Iranian and foreigners.

    -       Isfahan is “The Top” producer of chicken meat, turkey meat, raw milk, warm water fish, and decorative fish in Iran.

    -       Isfahan is also ranked among the “TOP-5” producers of Apple, pomegranate, red rose, mushroom, egg, ostrich products, honey, and red meat in the country.

    -       Isfahan is ranked FIRST regarding the Investment value of industrial establishments.

    -       Isfahan is ranked SECOND regarding the number of industrial establishments and workforce.

    -       Isfahan is promoting 17 projects for FDI, exceeding 290 million euros, in food and agriculture industries.