Iran-EU Oct. Trade Up 54%
Economy, Domestic Economy

Iran-EU Oct. Trade Up 54%

Trade between Iran and European Union member states stood at €1.85 billion in October, registering a 54% rise compared with last year’s similar period, according to the latest report released by Euorstat.
Iran exported some €986 million worth of goods to the EU countries, 122.5% more year-on-year.
Imports stood at €864 million, showing more than a 14% increase compared with last October, the Persian economic daily Donya-e-Eqtesad reported.


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