Petrochemicals Grab Lion’s Share at IME
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Petrochemicals Grab Lion’s Share at IME

More than 21,460 tons of various petrochemical products were offered in Iran Mercantile Exchange on Sunday.
The agricultural trading board witnessed the offering of 200 tons of rice from Thailand, 1,000 tons of corn from Russia, 1,000 tons of unprocessed sunflower oil from Ukraine and 50 tons of unprocessed soybean oil from Argentina, IME reported.
The board also featured 4,000 tons of durum wheat from Fars, Khuzestan, Kohgilouyeh-Boyerahmad and Kerman provinces, 1,000 tons of soybeans offered by Tose’e Bahar Tejarat Company, 200 tons of white sugar by Hakim Farabi Agro Industry Company and 40 tons of rice from Golestan Province.
The export trading board recorded the offering of 2,100 tons of bitumen by Hormozgan Bitumen Industry Company and Dana Gam Company and 300 tons of insulations by Bum Gum Ayegh Company.
More than 2,300 tons of rebars and 638 tons of mixed rebars were put up on the industrial and mining trading board.

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