Economy, Domestic Economy

Q1 Trade With Spain Registers Surplus

Q1 Trade With Spain Registers SurplusQ1 Trade With Spain Registers Surplus

Iran exported 142,300 tons of non-oil goods worth $132.9 million to Spain in the first three months of the current Iranian year (started March 20), which indicates a 132% jump compared with the previous year, according to the Islamic Republic of Iran Customs Administration. Steel products, saffron, pistachios, grapes, carpets, polystyrene and caviar were among the main exported commodities. More than 96,300 tons of goods valued at $86.9 million were imported from the European country during the same period, which shows a 98% rise. The main imports included vehicles, agricultural products, oil and gas pipes, fertilizers and paper.