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126% Rise in Exports to Oman

126% Rise in Exports to Oman
126% Rise in Exports to Oman

Iran’s export to Oman stood at $203 million in the first two months of the current fiscal year (March 21-May 21), registering a 126% year-on-year growth, according to Iran’s commercial attaché in Oman.
Oman ranked seventh among the target countries for exports, fifth among neighboring countries and second among the [Persian] Gulf Cooperation Council’s members during the period, Mehrdad Fallah Orimi added.
Oil, bitumen, iron and steel ingots, urea, steel, cement and seafood were the main exported products from Iran to Oman, IRIB News quoted the official as saying.
“Oman’s share of Iran’s total exports stood at 2.4%. Bilateral trade grew 143% in terms of value compared with last year’s corresponding period,” he added.


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