Iran Khodro Co., the country’s largest carmaker, said it plans to manufacture 30,000 cars, mostly the Samand sedan, at a production site in neighboring Iraq this year.
The company is delivering components to its Iraq plant for assembly, Iran Khodro said in an e-mailed statement today. Operations at the Iraq plant, which has received investment from a local partner, started in 2011, the company said, without giving details about the partnership or the location.
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