Domestic Economy

Upsurge in Iran’s Foreign Trade

Upsurge in Iran’s Foreign Trade
Upsurge in Iran’s Foreign Trade

Iran’s foreign trade (excluding crude oil export) stood at 125.86 million tons worth $88 billion from the beginning of the current Iranian year on March 21, 2022, to Dec. 21, to register a 17% rise in value compared with the similar period of last year, the latest data of the Islamic Republic of Iran Customs Administration showed.
A total of 97.84 million tons of goods, excluding crude oil, worth $43.08 billion were exported during the period, registering a 2% and 19% year-on-year rise in weight and value respectively.
The exports mainly included natural gas with $6.78 billion, liquefied propane with $3.11 billion, methanol with $1.87 billion, butane with $1.82 billion and polyethylene with $1.36 billion. 
The above-mentioned products accounted for 15.75%, 7.22%, 3.4%, 2.4% and 1.3% of exports respectively.


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