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Iran's Foreign Trade Hit $24 Billion

When compared with the five months of last fiscal year (March 21-August 22, 2019), exports and imports registered a 38.7% and 22.7% decline in value
Iran's Foreign Trade Hit $24 BillionIran's Foreign Trade Hit $24 Billion

Iran’s foreign trade stood at $24.6 billion during the first five months of the current fiscal year (March 20-Aug. 21), of which exports accounted for $10.9 billion and imports constituted $13.7 billion, the head of the Islamic Republic of Iran Customs Administration said.  
Noting that Iran traded more than 51.8 million tons of goods during the period, the official said exports weighed 38 million tons and imports 13.8 million tons.
Compared with the corresponding period of last year (March 21-Aug. 22, 2019), exports and imports register a 38.7% and 22.7% decline in value. 
Iran’s foreign trade stood at $35.53 billion during the same period of last year, with exports hovering around $17.8 billion and imports at $17.73 billion. 

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