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IDRO becomes executor of 18th Persian Handmade Carpet Exhibition

27
Jul '09
The 18th Persian Handmade Carpet Exhibition aimed at the introduction and development of handmade carpet exports will be held in permanent place of international exhibitions from September 23 to 29.

This exhibition, previous courses of which were held at the end of August each year, is postponed to the end of September this year because of coincidence with Ramadan (Month of Fasting).

IDRO co. has been chosen as the executor of the 18th exhibition by INCC. The cost of each square meter in an exhibitory closed space has been estimated at its least possible rate (350,000 rials) to protect carpet artisan.

In an attempt to increase the productivity of the exhibition, INCC has taken the measure to invite more than 100 merchants and buyers from 60 countries.

Registration form, rules and regulations have been placed on www.idro-fairs.com database and those interested can refer to fill out the forms.

It's worth mentioning that last year's exhibition was attended by 400 participants in a space of 35000 m2.

Iran National Carpet Center (INCC)


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