The President of Iran Textile Exporters and Manufacturers Association (ITEMA) declared Iran’s exportations of garments worth more than $40 million in the first seven months of its new Iranian calendar year (March 20 – October 21, 2020). In the last two years, Majid Nami has said exiting from the country’s international apparel labels and the Government’s decision to bar imports of clothing has given Iranian producers an immense opportunity. In the first eight months of the new Iranian calendar year (March20-November 20, 2020), Nami had previously announced a 70% rise in Iranian garment production compared with the same period last year. Output of garments has fluctuated since the start of this year, but the condition for manufacturers was satisfactory. Compared to last year, Nami underlined that the market share of Iranian products has risen considerably. Iranian clothing is sold to Iraq, Kuwait, Australia, Armenia, Azerbaijan, Uzbekistan, Russia, Afghanistan, Pakistan, Turkmenistan, Kyrgyzstan, Germany, Korea, Japan, the United Arab Emirates, the United Kingdom, Venezuela, Ivory Coast, Italy, Turkey, Canada, Qatar, Oman, Nigeria, Pakistan, Spain, Georgia, and Denmark. The Chairman of the Tehran Union of Producers and Sellers of Garments states that domestic units provide 70-80% of the country’s textile requirements.