Economy, Domestic Economy

Tehran-Canberra Trade Tops $140m

Tehran-Canberra Trade Tops $140m Tehran-Canberra Trade Tops $140m

Iran exported $34.46 million worth of commodities to Australia and imported $106.68 million in return during the 11 months to Feb. 19, according to Tehran Chamber of Commerce, Industries, Mines and Agriculture. Iran mostly imported fresh or frozen meat, fish for breeding and reproduction, pharmaceuticals, medical equipment, cosmetics, skin care products and cement from Australia, IRNA reported. Exports to Australia from Iran mainly included floorings, thickeners derived from vegetables, plastic products, vegetables, fruits, dried fruit, coated profile, metal products, marble and travertine.


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