Iran bans imports of 77 luxury items into country
Azerbaijan, Baku, Nov. 7 /Trend S.Isayev, T. Jafarov/
With government's approval, Iran has banned imports of 77 luxury items into the country, Mehr reported.
Deputy Minister of Trade and Mines Hamid Safdel said that the 77-item list currently includes mobile and computer components, which could be later excluded from there, if Iran cannot become sufficient in making them domestically.
Thus far, the list includes agricultural products, furniture, cars, water coolers, various kitchen appliances, soft drinks, cocoa, coffee, sweets, some petroleum gases, cosmetics, candles and matches, clothing accessories, plastic products, dishwashers, toilet paper, carpets, overcoats, shoes, umbrellas, building materials (bricks, tiles, mosaics), jewelry and ornaments, hand tools (pliers, wrenches), bikes, some toys, car batteries, aluminum products, mobile phones, computer accessories.