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Iran's Trade With Africa Tops $200m

A total of 959,848 tons of commodities worth more than $180 million were exported to 27 African countries during the period, while imports stood at 8,299 tons worth $20.39 million
Iran's Trade With Africa Tops $200m Iran's Trade With Africa Tops $200m

Iran traded 1 million tons of goods worth more than $200 million with African states during the first seven months of the current Iranian year (March 20-Oct. 21).
According to the spokesperson of the Islamic Republic of Iran Customs Administration, 959,848 tons of commodities worth more than $180 million were exported to 27 African countries during the period.
“Exports included dairy products, dates, plaster and cement, carbon, metal sheets, glass, iron bars, aluminum, flowers for use in perfumery, licorice extract, medical equipment and oilseeds,” Rouhollah Latifi was also quoted as saying by IRNA.

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