Iran Mercantile Exchange launches Arabic website

TEHRAN, Oct. 16 (MNA) – In line with one of the IME’s main strategies as ‘Developing IME’s activities to enhance the country's trading with international markets’, IME launched its Arabic Website in a conference on trade between Iran and Iraq.

According to the report by the IME’s International Affairs and PR, the more active presence of Iran in the strategic and valuable market of Iraq has always been one of the most important issues among our public and private sector managers. In this regard, benefiting from exchanging various metals and mineral products, oil and petrochemicals, as well as agricultural products in domestic and export markets, IME has carried out its research into developing trade relations and using the capacity of financial markets to increase the trade volume and facilitation of the export of Iranian goods to Iraq.

In this regard, setting up a taskforce on IME to increase Iran's exports to Iraq, presence of a high-ranking delegation from IME to Iraq to investigate solutions to strengthen economic ties between the two countries, holding a meeting session between IME and Iran & Iraq Chamber of Commerce and negotiating with Iraqi officials to develop economic relations between the two countries using IME’s capacities are some of the recent measures taken by the IME.

Following on these events, today, as part of the conference on trade between Iran and Iraq, the largest gathering of economic activists and businessmen from the two countries, the Arabic website of IME was launched to provide services to Arab merchants and businessmen.

 The Arabic website of IME, at, describes Iran Mercantile Exchange, its strategy, goals and services, and includes sections such as business calendar, commodity list, listing requirements, registration of the customers and steps to issue trading accounts, introducing active brokers, contracts and trading markets including the physical market, derivatives market, and side markets, as well as the news of this area.


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