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15 Neighboring States Account for 50 Percent of Iran’s Non-Oil Trade

Iran traded $36.45 billion worth of non-oil goods with its 15 neighboring countries in the last Iranian year (ended March 20, 2021), posting a decrease compared with the preceding year’s $40 billion
15 Neighboring States Account for 50 Percent of Iran’s Non-Oil Trade
15 Neighboring States Account for 50 Percent of Iran’s Non-Oil Trade

Iran’s neighboring countries accounted for about half of its total non-oil trade in the last fiscal year (ended March 20, 2021), data released by the Islamic Republic of Iran Customs Administration show.
Iran traded $36.45 billion worth of non-oil goods with its 15 neighboring countries, namely the UAE, Iraq, Turkey, Afghanistan, Pakistan, Russia, Oman, Azerbaijan, Turkmenistan, Kuwait, Qatar, Kazakhstan, Armenia, Bahrain and Saudi Arabia, in the year under review.
Non-oil trade with neighbors posted a decline compared with the preceding year’s $40 billion. 

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