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Iran's Non-Oil Foreign Trade Rises 4.3% to Top $30 Billion (March-June 2018)

Exports hit 37.4 million tons valued at $15.45 billion, indicating a 14.69% increase year-on-year while imports stood at 11.55 million tons worth $15.17 billion, down 4.5% YOY
Iran's Non-Oil Foreign Trade Rises 4.3% to Top $30 Billion (March-June 2018)Iran's Non-Oil Foreign Trade Rises 4.3% to Top $30 Billion (March-June 2018)
The average price of each ton of exported commodities hovered at $413, up 16% while that of imported commodities hit $1,314, down 6% YOY

Iran’s non-oil foreign trade in the first four months of the current fiscal year (started March 21, 2018) stood at $30.62 billion, indicating a 4.34% rise compared with last year’s corresponding period.
Exports hit 37.4 million tons valued at $15.45 billion, indicating a 14.69% increase year-on-year while imports stood at 11.55 million tons worth $15.17 billion, down 4.5% YOY, according to the latest report by the Islamic Republic of Iran Customs Administration.
IRICA categorizes non-oil exports into three groups of "petrochemicals", "gas condensates" and “others”.
 

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