Exports to Italy Decline
Economy, Domestic Economy

Exports to Italy Decline

Iran exported some 488,500 tons of non-oil goods worth $290 million to Italy during the first half of the current Iranian year (started March 20), registering a 4% decline in value compared with the similar period of a year before. Steel products, petrochemicals, animal hide, water heaters, pistachios and carpets were among the main exported commodities, the Islamic Republic of Iran Customs Administration reported. Meanwhile, 73,000 tons of goods worth $525.6 million were imported from the European country, indicating a 17% year-on-year rise in terms of value. The main imports included industrial machinery and parts; human and animal blood; vehicles; pharmaceuticals; as well as paper and printing devices.

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