Iran’s non-oil exchange surges 19 percent monthly

(MENAFN) The worth of Iran’s non-oil exchange surged 19 percent in the fourth Iranian calendar month (June 22-July 22), compared to the same month of the last year, the representative of the Islamic Republic of Iran Customs Administration (IRICA), declared.

Ruhollah Latifi stated that the nation exchanged 10.997 million tons of non-oil goods valued at USD8.947 billion in the stated month, IRNA mentioned in a report.

The official put the Month-on-month non-oil shipments at 7.992 million tons valued at USD4.171 billion, signifying a rise of 24 percent in terms of worth and a two-percent surge in mass, annually.

As stated by Latifi, the Islamic Republic shipped in 3.005 million tons of goods worth USD4.776 billion in the mentioned month, recording a 15 percent surge in comparison with the number for the same month in the previous year.

Iran's highest export destination throughout this span of time was China with USD1.403 billion value of imports from the Islamic Republic, trailed by the United Arab Emirates (UAE) with USD619 million, Iraq with USD574 million, Turkey with USD323 million, as well as India with USD143 million value of imports from Iran.


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