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Astaba Group as one of the fastest-growing international subsidiary companies of HNP holding, is active in the fields of trade, consulting, marketing and online B2B. While participating in numerous business projects in the Middle East, East Asia, and South East Asia, Astaba Group and its subsidiary divisions focus on the markets of Iran and South Korea.
After the lifting of international sanctions on Iran in 2016, the trend of investment and capital inflow to Iran began to hint a period of rapid growth for the Iranian economy. Under the shadow of this, Astaba Group, in close cooperation with various Iranian organizations, has prepared industry-specific and market-specific business strategies and road maps to assist and consult its international clients and guarantee their success in entering the Iranian market.
Astaba Group with its subsidiaries in Iran and South Korea is active in fields of Iran-Korea business consulting, Import and export of chemicals, platform development, joint venture projects between Iran and Korea, export and localizing Korean cosmetics in Iranian market, export of Iranian fruits and nuts to neighbor countries, Europe and South Korea.
In 2014, Astaba Group launched “Astaba“, the top level Iranian wholesale website. In 2018, “KoreaIran” platform was launched for Korean SMEs topromote their products and services in Iran.
Engaging in export and import, cross trade, and trade agency businesses focusing in oil and petrochemicals, “Astaba Chemicals”, is active in field of oil and chemicals export from Iran to South Korea and China.
Iran is among the top 10 countries with the highest makeup and cosmetic usage in the world. The “Astaba Cosmetics” cooperate with experienced and capable Korean cosmetic companies to enter Iran’s large cosmetics market.
Astaba Foods’ strength is its partnership with the Iranian high quality farmers, suppliers and producers, which guarantees supply of the best possible quality of fruits and nuts with the most reasonable prices to vendors in South Korea.
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After the nuclear deal was reached, foreign countries including south Korea appear to be rushing to rekindle business with the Islamic Republic of Iran, which had been cut off from global trade for the past decade. While the oil and gas sector gets the most attention, Iran’s diversified economy is attracting companies across industries. In particular, consumer-oriented sectors are counting on Iran’s large (nearly 80 million), young (more than 60% under 30 years old), and urbanized (more than 70%) population to be loyal customers in the future.
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