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Revenues From Selling Used Goods Decline in Iran
Revenues From Selling Used Goods Decline in Iran

Revenues From Selling Used Goods Decline in Iran

Revenues From Selling Used Goods Decline in Iran

Each Iranian household earned over 9.49 million rials ($259 at market exchange rate) on average from selling secondhand belongings in the last Iranian year (March 2015-16), which indicates a 10.9% decline compared to the preceding year, a report by the Central Bank of Iran shows. This source of income accounted for 2.7% of the households’ total income during the period, Khabar Online reported.

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