Iran to establish nano exports center in Indonesia

May 22, 2018

TEHRAN – Iran will establish a center in Indonesia for promoting exports of nano products, an official with Iran Nanotechnology Initiative Council (INIC) has said.

Ali Beitollahi said that by establishing the center, Iran can export its high tech products.
Asian countries are Iran’s target for export of nano products, he added.
Iran has already exported nano products to over 45 countries, he said.
“With expansion of export, we can reach bigger market and this is possible through boosting cooperation with other countries,” he said.
Nano industry should be an active part of Iran’s economy in near future, he concluded.   
According to Web of Science, Iran ranks fourth in nanotechnology in the world by publishing 8,791 articles.
As per the latest updates, Iran holds the fourth place above countries such as South Korea, Germany, Japan and France.
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