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Iran’s Exports to EU Up 5% in Q1 2018

Italy was the main importer of Iranian products with €817.88 million and Germany was the main exporter to Iran with €695.52 million
An overview of Shahid Rajaee Port, Iran’s biggest container terminal in the south of the countryAn overview of Shahid Rajaee Port, Iran’s biggest container terminal in the south of the country
Trade with Ireland, Latvia, Spain, Germany and Lithuania saw the highest increases of 183%, 82%, 72%, 71% and 44% respectively

Iran's exports to the European Union during the first three months of 2018 stood at more than €2.91 billion, indicating a 5% rise compared with the corresponding period of the year before.
Eurostat's data reviewed by the Financial Tribune also show the country’s main export destinations in the European bloc over the period were Italy with €817.88 million worth of imports, Spain with €577.7 million, France with €552.54 million, Greece with €548.53 million and the Netherlands with €113.6 million.
The exported goods mainly included mineral fuels, mineral oils and products of their distillation, bituminous substances and mineral waxes...

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