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Iran-Kenya Trade at $50 Million

Iran-Kenya Trade at $50 Million
Iran-Kenya Trade at $50 Million

Iran and Kenya traded $50 million worth of goods in the first eight months of the current Iranian year (March 21-Nov. 21), according to an Iranian official.
Iran’s exports to Kenya reached 86,156 tons worth $38.3 million during the period, registering a 20% year-on-year decrease, says Rouhollah Latifi, the deputy head of Iran-South Africa Merchants Club.
Bitumen worth $29.71 million accounted for 78% of the exports. It was followed by industrial oils and other petroleum derivatives worth $3.75 million with a share of 10% in total exports, food and agricultural products worth 1.43 million with d a share of 4%, IRIB News reported.


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