Iran’s non-oil shipment to nearby nations surges 22 percent in first 4 months
(MENAFN) The representative of the Islamic Republic of Iran Customs Administration (IRICA) stated in an announcement that the worth of Iran’s non-oil shipment to its boarding nations saw a surge of 22 percent in the opening four months of the ongoing Iranian calendar year (March 21-July 22), in comparison with the same 4 months in the last year.
Ruhollah Latifi mentioned that Iran has shipped 20.711 million tons of non-oil outputs valued at USD8.871 billion to its bordering nations in the stated four-month span of time.
Putting the four-month non-oil exchange of Iran with the nearby nations at 27.35 million tons valued at USD16.871 billion, the spokesperson stated that the worth of exchange indicated an 18 percent surge annually.
Latifi also noted that the Islamic Republic has shipped in 6.323 million tons of non-oil imports with the worth of USD8.14 billion from its neighbors in the opening four months of this year, with a 13 percent increase yearly.
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