TEHRAN, Jan. 8 (Mehr News Agency) -- Iran's limitations lately imposed on the imports from South Korea and UK has been lifted, an official at Iran's Commerce Ministry said in Tehran on Sunday.
The limitation imposed on the imports from South Korea and UK was removed and effective as of Sunday there will no restriction on the imports from these countries, noted Mir Mohammad Sadeqi an advisor to the commerce minister. He added that Iranian merchants would be able to register their orders for importing goods from these countries.
The decision had been adopted in line with the economic policies of the Islamic Republic and in coordination with the national interests, he stated adding, the decision to lift the ban has also been taken to that effect, the Persian service of Iranian Students News Agency (ISNA) reported on Sunday.
The Islamic Republic's decision to impose limits on the imports from South Korea and UK was made as a result of and following the two countries' positive vote in September 2004 on imposing UN Security Council's resolution against Iran.
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