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Iran's Non-Oil Trade With EEU Decreases 51 Percent

Iran’s exports to EEU members stood at $39.84 million during the month to April 20, indicating a 14.53% decrease while imports were worth $68.92 million, down 61.48% year-on-year
Iran's Non-Oil Trade With EEU Decreases 51 PercentIran's Non-Oil Trade With EEU Decreases 51 Percent

Iran traded 303,613 tons of non-oil commodities worth $108.77 million with the five member states of Eurasian Economic Union, namely Russia, Kazakhstan, Armenia, Kyrgyzstan and Belarus, in the first Iranian month (March 21-April 20), registering a 24.99% increase in tonnage and 51.77% decrease in value compared to last year’s similar month.
Latest data released by the Islamic Republic of Iran Customs Administration show Iran’s exports totaled 143,047 tons worth $39.84 million during the month, indicating a 13.8% rise in tonnage and a 14.53% decline in value year-on-year.
Imports stood at 160,566 tons worth $68.92 million, up 36.99% in tonnage and down 61.48% in value YOY.


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