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The Nationwide Printers Union representative said, “The tariff of paper imports will not increase in 2017 with the approval of the Ministry of Culture and Islamic Guidance.”

General Director of Isfahan customs said, " Iraq has been the most important target country for the exports of Isfahan products since 10 months ago."

The new CEO of Mazandaran Wood & Paper Factory reported the export of their paper to China, Mexico, and Ghana while criticizing the government's support from importing paper.

The foreign Merchants with tourist visas start doing business in Iran

The inspector of the Tehran Union of Publishers and Bookstore said, "The publication sector also paid the compensation of the country situation under the condition of imposed sanctions, but nowadays the publishers can easily import paper which became possible after JCPOA."

An Investing Company CEO said, "The impact of JCPOA on investment market and removal of sanctions will appear in a long time, so we should be optimistic about the future of stock exchange.

The representative of paper consumers of the country said, “At present, paper market is calm, but the Cabinet wants to disrupt it. If they want to continue to be stubborn and keep on increasing the tariff, we definitely promise to boycott the domestic production.”

The paper called Resolute and its usage in book publication is booming nowadays and has gradually took its place on the market.

The Waste Organization of Isfahan Municipality CEO said, "50 tons of dry garbage is collected every day which is equivalent to preventing 800 trees from being cut."

Mazandaran Wood and Paper Industry CEO call for the authorities’ support from the largest industry in the province.

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