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Central Bank of Iran Reviews Q1 Foreign Trade

Central Bank of Iran Reviews Q1 Foreign TradeCentral Bank of Iran Reviews Q1 Foreign Trade

During the first quarter of the current year (March 20—June 20), Iran’s foreign trade was at its lowest level in the month ending April 19 and at its peak in the month ending May 20, Otaghiranonline.ir reported citing data by the Central Bank of Iran. 
During the first month of the current year (March 20-April 19), exports and imports stood at 5.34 million tons and 2.52 million tons worth $1.65 billion and $1.93 billion, respectively.
In the month ending May 20, exports and imports hovered around 9.17 million tons and 3.87 million tons worth $2.64 billion and $3.11 billion, respectively.
During the third Iranian month (May 21-June 20), exports and imports stuck around 7.4 million tons and 2.51 million tons worth $2.06 billion and $2.57 billion, respectively. 

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