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Iran's Foreign Non-Oil Trade Hit $34b

Foreign Non-Oil Trade Hit $34b
Foreign Non-Oil Trade Hit $34b

Iran traded 46.82 million tons of goods worth $34.4 billion (excluding crude oil exports) with other countries during the first four months of the current fiscal year (March 21-July 22), the Islamic Republic of Iran Customs Administration announced.
IRICA said the traded goods registered a 19% year-on-year growth without specifying whether the rise was registered for tonnage or value of trade, IRNA reported.
Exports stood at 35.66 million tons worth $17.24 billion, registering a 22% rise in value compared with the similar period of last year.
They mainly included oil products, petrochemicals and gas, including propane, methanol, LNG, butane, polyethylene, petroleum bitumen, light petroleum oils, urea and iron and steel ingots.


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