Iran’s technical, engineering exports up 46 per cent
Azerbaijan, Baku, Feb. 19/ Trend F.Milad/
Iran exported over $4 billion worth of technical and engineering services in the first 11 months of the current calendar year, ended on February 19, showing a 46 per cent rise compared to the same period last year, IRNA news agency quoted the deputy director of the Trade Promotion Organisation of Iran (TPOI) as saying.
Kiyumars Fathollah Kermanshahi added that its technical and engineering services have been supplied to 12 countries mainly in the fields of building dams and power plants as well as establishing industrial units and power transmission lines.
Another TPOI official said in December 2011 that a couple of technical and engineering projects have been signed t to be implemented this year in the fields of energy, industry and housing in Ghana, Sudan, Oman, Pakistan, Azerbaijan and Tajikistan.
Sohrab Salimi told the IRNA news agency that more than 125 industrial and mining projects worth some $3.5 billion, are in the hands of Iranian contractors around the world.
Iran aims at exporting $4.5 billion worth of technical and engineering services in the current calendar year.
Iran's technical and engineering services exports reached 3.301 billion dollars in the previous year, showing seven per cent increase compared to the preceding year's figure of 3.083 billion dollars.