IRAN: Saipa strikes assembly deal with Pakistani company
Following two years of negotiations, the Pakistani company Divan Engine and Iran's Saipa have signed an agreement regarding the export of CKD kits/automobile parts, manufactured in Iran, for final assembly in Pakistan. The cars involved are the Saipa 'Nasim' and 'Saba' passenger cars that are closely based on the Kia Pride. Nasim is the hatchback and Saba is the notchback.
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