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Trade With Ireland
Economy, Domestic Economy

Trade With Ireland

Iran’s exports to and imports from the Republic of Ireland in the last Iranian year (ended March 20, 2015) stood at $358,000 and $118 million respectively, Eghtesad News reported. Pipes, industrial hoses, rugs, industrial machines and water tanks were among the chief items Iran exported to Ireland. The European country in turn exported, among other things, flavorings, supplements, boneless meat, pharmaceuticals, artificial body parts, potato seeds, printing machines and citric acid to Iran. The report added that the Iranian year that ended March 20, 2014 saw the export of goods worth $369,000 and import worth $95 million from Ireland.

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