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Domestic carpets captivate Chinese customers
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Sep '08
Iranian carpets are famous all over the world for their interesting designs and captivating colour combinations. The carpet manufacturers in Iran have observed that the demand for the hand woven carpets from China has increased. Chinese people are showing keen interest in buying the hand woven rugs.

Even though China remains at first place in terms of both producing and exporting carpets, the countrymen prefer Iranian carpets. Experts from the field suggests that the affluent class of China spend more than a hundred thousand euros annually for buying the exclusive and amazing Persian hand woven carpets.

Its not only China that has strong liking towards Iranian carpets but there are some Southeast Asian, European and South African nations also that have demand for Persian hand made rugs.

According to the available statistics from March to August this year, Iran earned nearly US $100 million of foreign currency by exporting carpets to various nations across globe. This marks a clear increase of 6.7 percent when compared to the same period of 2007.

The nation ships nearly 4 million square meters of hand woven carpets in American, European, Persian Gulf regions, Japanese, Chinese and Russian markets yearly. The carpets which are exported to all these countries are mostly woven in Western and Eastern Provinces of Azarbaijan, Khorasan, Fars, Chaharmahal and Bakhtiari.



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