Exports to Kenya, Tunisia Increase
Exports to Kenya, Tunisia Increase

Exports to Kenya, Tunisia Increase

Exports to Kenya, Tunisia Increase

Exports to Kenya and Tunisia increased by 18% and 22% respectively in the last Iranian year (ended March 20, 2017) compared with the year before, Trade Promotion Organization of Iran announced.
Exports to Kenya stood at $50 million and mainly included tar, liquid butane, propane, polyethylene, paraffin, semi-prepared dough and floorings, IRNA reported.
Exports to Tunisia amounted to $13.5 million, including cast ornaments, raisins, polyethylene, pistachio, melon seeds and resin.

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