Iranian H1 exchange with neighboring countries increases 52pct
(MENAFN) On Sunday, Oct. 17 the Islamic Republic exchanged more than 47.222 million tons of goods with the close nations in the stated year, IRIB referred to Ruhollah Latifi.
The size of exchanged commodities in the stated period climbed as well by 37 percent against the amount for the preceding year’s same six months, as mentioned by the authority.
He further said that Iran exchanged a sum of 79.104 million tons of non-oil commodities valued at USD44.926 billion with its exchange associates in the required six months.
Exchange with close nations in H1 of the year amounted to 60 percent and 50 percent of Iran’s total non-oil exchange in the mentioned timing, regarding size and quality, correspondingly.
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