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Iran Non-Oil Trade Surplus Tops $920 Million in 7 Months (Mar-Oct 2018)

Non-oil exports stood at 67.36 million tons worth $27.22 billion, indicating a 13.35% rise, while imports of 18.92 million tons of non-oil goods worth $26.3 billion show an 11.7% decline year-on-year
Iran Non-Oil Trade Surplus Tops $920 Million in 7 Months (Mar-Oct 2018)Iran Non-Oil Trade Surplus Tops $920 Million in 7 Months (Mar-Oct 2018)

Iran posted a foreign trade surplus of $926 million for the seven-month period ending Oct. 22, the head of Islamic Republic of Iran Customs Administration said. 
Foroud Asgari added that Iran’s non-oil foreign trade from March 21, the beginning of the current fiscal year, to October 22, which marks the end of Iranian month Mehr, stood at $53.5 billon, 
Non-oil exports hit 67.36 million tons worth $27.22 billion in the seven-month period, indicating a 13.35% rise compared with the same period of last year. 
Imports of 18.92 million tons of non-oil goods worth $26.3 billion during the period show an 11.7% decline year-on-year. 

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