Just as Iranian vehicle makers are stepping up production and unveiling new models, the government is introducing steps to modernize the state-controlled industry and reduce restrictions on imports. Iran Khodro last year began production of a new national car, the Samand, formerly known as the X7 Iran’s vehicle production has jumped from 68,107 units eight years ago to 379,367 vehicles in the Iranian year 1380 – March 21, 2001, to March 20, 2002, according to the Western calendar. ...

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