Iran General NewsItalian automaker Fiat halts sales to Iran

Italian automaker Fiat halts sales to Iran

-

AP: The Italian automaker Fiat, which controls Chrysler, says it is halting sales to Iran. Fiat said in a statement Friday that it “supports international efforts for a diplomatic solution” regarding Iran.

The Associated Press

MILAN (AP) — The Italian automaker Fiat, which controls Chrysler, says it is halting sales to Iran.

Fiat said in a statement Friday that it “supports international efforts for a diplomatic solution” regarding Iran. The international community in the last year has been increasing diplomatic and economic pressure on Iran to back down on its nuclear program.

Fiat said its sales to Iran were “totally immaterial” in terms of numbers, and concerned only commercial and civilian products.

Fiat Industrial heavy truck, agricultural and construction vehicles said it also was stopping sales to Iran.

Fiat’s announcement follows similar ones by Hyundai and Porsche. The auto industry has been under pressure from the anti-nuclear lobby group, United Against Nuclear Iran, to cut ties with the regime.

 

Latest news

Ebrahim Raisi’s Lies About Iran’s Economy

In a recent TV interview, Iranian regime president Ebrahim Raisi presented economic statistics rejected by experts and the media...

To Stay in Power, Iran’s Regime Liquidates National Assets

For several decades, Iranian regime supreme leader Ali Khamenei has sold Iran's resources and wealth for the survival of...

Iran’s 2023 Budget Shrouded In Doubt

On January 22, the Majlis (parliament) approved the draft of the 2023 budget bill proposed by regime president Ebrahim...

Iran: People of Khoy Still Reeling From 5.9-Magnitude Earthquake

An earthquake with a magnitude of 5.9 struck northwest Iran on Saturday, killing at least three people and injuring...

Iran’s Unsolvable Air Pollution Problem

Air pollution will remain at dangerous levels and will increase for the next few days in most big cities,...

The World Must Acknowledge the Iranian People’s Right to Self-defense

Victor Hugo once said: “When dictatorship is a fact, revolution becomes a right.” Throughout history, this has been the...

Must read

More Than Fifty Bishops From Church of England Condemn Iranian Regime

By Jubin Katiraie Former Archbishop of Canterbury, Lord Rowan...

Iran’s Failed Economic Policies Lead to Loss of Food Security

In the field of economics, there are two types...

You might also likeRELATED
Recommended to you