Friday, February 23, 2024

Official: Iran’s 5-month trade with neighbors exceeds $20bn

Over 33 tons of goods worth 20.6 billion dollars have been exchanged between Iran and its neighboring counties during the past five months, showing a significant rise compared to same period last year, the spokesperson of Iran’s customs administration says.

Ruhollah Latifi said on Wednesday Iran’s non-oil trade with 15 neighboring countries accounted for 57 percent of the weight and 48 percent of the value of our country’s foreign trade.

Non-oil trade had a 24 percent rise compared to the same period last year, with Iraq, the United Arab Emirates, Turkey, Afghanistan, Pakistan, Oman, and the Azerbaijan Republic as the biggest trade partners of Iran.

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