Iran to export $5m electrical equipment to Cuba



TEHRAN, Sept. 11 (MNA) - Iran will export electrical equipment worth
five million dollars to Cuba.
The agreement to export the equipment is in its final stages and if
concluded the exports would begin soon. The Export Development Bank of
Iran (EDBI) is to finance the contract.



Iran's exports of electrical equipment have significantly increased
during the recent years. Last year, the country exported electrical
instruments valued at over 100 million dollars to different countries
such as, Lebanon, Syria, Turkmenistan, Republic of Azerbaijan, Pakistan
and a number of African countries.



Construction of power plants, development of electricity networks and
water conveyance projects, management and overhauls of power plants in
other countries are the main core of the agreements.

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