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بانک توسعه صادرات ایران شعبه آستارا
Middle East

شعبه بانک توسعه صادرات ایران در شهر آستارا تاسیس شده که صادرکنندگان کالا و خدمات فنی و مهندسی می توانند از خدمات این بانک جهت تامین مالی صادرات کالا و خدمات خویش بهره برداری نمایند

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