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Iran: Non-Oil Trade Surplus, Deficit Biggest With Iraq, Switzerland

Exports to Iraq stood at $1.16 billion while imports from the neighboring country hit $2.7 million, as Iran exported $0.7 million to Switzerland and imported $349 million in return
Iran’s non-oil foreign trade in March 21-May 21 stood at $14.53 billion, indicating an 11% rise compared with last year’s corresponding period. Iran’s non-oil foreign trade in March 21-May 21 stood at $14.53 billion, indicating an 11% rise compared with last year’s corresponding period.

During the first two months of the current Iranian year (March 21, 2018), Iran had the biggest non-oil trade surplus and deficit with Iraq ($1.15 billion) and Switzerland ($348 million) respectively. 
Exports to Iraq stood at $1.16 billion while imports from the neighboring country hit $2.7 million over the period under review. 
Iran exported as little as $0.7 million worth of goods to Switzerland and imports reached $349 million during the same period, figures by the Islamic Republic of Iran Customs Administration shows. 

 

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