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EU-Iran Foreign Trade from January to October up 16.6 Bil­li­on Euro

Italy was the most important EU- trade partner of Iran, with a trade volume of 4.0 billion Euro, followed by France (3.2 bn Euro) and Germany  (2.7 bn Euro).

From January to October 2017 the European Union (EU28) export of goods to Iran stood at € 8,407 mn, an increase of 32% compared with the first ten month in 2016.  According to the la­test (preliminary) data by Eurostat, the statistical office of the European Union, 28% of the EU-ex­ports to Iran came from Germany, which delivered goods worth € 2,354 mn, that was 19% more than in the first ten month of the year 2016.  Second (16%) was Italy with exports worth € 1,379 mn (+14%), followed by France (€ 1,176 mn, +119%).   

January to October 2017 the 28 EU countries imported goods worth  € 8.241 bn from Iran, (an increase of 109% compared with the first ten month of 2016).  With the removal of most of the sanctions at the end of January 2016, Iran again started the export of oil to Europe.  That is the reason for the high growth rates in Iranian exports to some EU countries.  Major Iranian ex­ports to the European Union  go to Italy, which imported goods worth € 2,584 mn from Iran (+315%) and France (€ 2,010 mn, + 109%).  Germany holds 6th place with imports worth 307 mil­­lion Euro (+27%).   http://marin-consult.com

 

Italy Tops Iran’s Trade Partners in Europe

Tehran (FT):   Italy tops the list of Iran’s biggest export destinations in the EU, as it imported €2.2 billion worth of Iranian commodities during Jan.-Sept.  Germany was the biggest Euro­pe­an exporter to Iran during the period, shipping €2.12 billion worth of goods.

The latest Eurostat data shared with Financial Tribune show Italy was Iran's biggest trade part­ner in the European Union during the nine months ending September 2017, with bilateral trade reaching €3.45 billion.  Eurostat is the Directorate-General of the European Commission located in Luxembourg. Its main responsibilities are to provide statistical information to European Uni­on institutions and promote the harmonization of statistical methods across its member states and candidates for accession as well as among the European Free Trade Association countries.  The data also indicate that Italy tops the list of Iran’s biggest export destinations in the EU, as it im­ported €2.2 billion worth of Iranian commodities during the period.  France was Iran's second biggest trade partner in the EU, as the two countries exchanged €2.93 billion worth of goods du­­ring the nine months. Exports from Iran accounted for €1.87 billion of the total.  Germany was next with €2.41 billion worth of trade with Iran. The European country was, in fact, the big­gest European exporter to Iran during the period under review, shipping €2.12 billion worth of goods.  Iran’s fourth biggest trade partner in the EU was Spain. Bilateral trade stood at $1.234 bil­li­on with Iran's exports accounting for $957.9 million.  The Netherlands followed with €1.15 bil­lion worth of trade with the Islamic Republic. Iran exported nearly €597.92 million worth of goods to this country and imported close to €553.72 million in return.

Close to €14.78 billion worth of commodities were exchanged between Iran and all European Uni­on states during the nine months, about 1.6 times as much as the figure registered in last year's corresponding period. Iran’s exports to the 28 European countries stood at €7.3 billion, registering a more than twofold rise year-on-year. Iran's imports from the European bloc amoun­ted to €7.5 billion, which is 1.3 times as much as last year’s similar period.

European traders and businesses have been at the forefront of resuming ties with Iran after it signed a nuclear deal with world powers in 2015, which led to the removal of nuclear-related sanc­tions against the Islamic Republic.

Top Traded Commodities

Iran's main exported commodities to the European Union include mineral fuels, mineral oils and products of their distillation, bituminous substances and mineral waxes.  The latest avai­la­ble data released by Eurostat show Iran exported a total of more than €5.74 billion worth of the above commodities to the EU states during the eight months ending August.  Other major ex­ports include edible fruit, nuts and zest of citrus fruits (€161.1), iron and steel (€145.1 million), plastics and plastic products (€111 million) and coffee, tea, coffee-mate and spices (€41.6 mil­lion). 

Iran’s main imported products from the European countries during the same eight-month pe­ri­od included nuclear reactors, boilers, machinery and mechanical appliances and spare parts, worth a total of more than €1.9 billion.  Other major imports included electric machinery and equipment, television image and sound recorders plus accessories (€547.2 million), vehicles other than railroad or tramway rolling-stock plus parts and accessories (€542.1 million), optical, photographic, cinematographic, measuring, checking, precision, medical or surgical instruments and their parts (€520.7 million) and pharmaceutical products (€503 million).

Deutsche Investoren in Iran

Die Deutsche Bundesbank hat im November 2017 die Statistik über Struktur und Tätigkeit von Aus­­lands­unternehmenseinheiten deutscher Investoren (Outward FATS) veröffentlicht.  Danach gelten für Iran folgende Zahlen:

Jahr                                                                2012    2013    2014    2015

Anzahl deutscher Unternehmenseinheiten    13        15        18        16

Beschäftigte                                                   1800    1500    1500    1500

Jahresumsatz (Mio. €)                                     386      275      392      441    

Iran Foreign Trade Up 8%

Iran’s non-oil foreign trade during the first eight months of the current fiscal year (star­ted March 21) stood at $60.907 billion, indicating an 8% rise compared with last year’s corres­ponding period. 

According to the latest report of the Islamic Republic of Iran Customs Administration carried by Mehr News Agency, exports hit $28.488 billion, indicating a 1.21% de­cli­ne year- on-year.  Gas con­­­densates ($4.58 billion), liquefied propane ($897 million), light crude oil, excluding gasoline ($764 million), methanol ($752 million) and polyethylene ($750 million) were the main export­ted commodities.  China was the main customer of Iranian products during the eight-month pe­riod, as Iran exported $5.748 billion worth of goods to the Asian country, 13.51% more than in the corresponding period of last year.   Other major export destinations included Iraq with $4.351 billion, the UAE ($3.893 billion), South Korea ($2.747 billion) and Afghanistan ($1.849 billion). Exports to Iraq, South Korea and Afghanistan rose by 6.51%, 28.12% and 12.11% respectively com­pared to last year, but the UAE imported 18.7% less goods from Iran in the period com­pa­red with last year’s same period.

 Imports amounted to $32.419 billion, up 17.52% YOY. Increased im­ports of basic goods, auto parts, cars and capital goods are behind the rise in imports.  Imports mainly included rice ($1 bil­lion), field corn ($980 million), auto parts ($972 million), soybean ($669 million) and vehicles of engine displacement between 1500 cc and 2000 cc ($643 million).  Major exporters to Iran in­cluded China ($7.951 billion), the UAE ($5.749 billion), Turkey ($2.221 billion), South Korea ($1.844 billion) and Germany (1.792 billion).

The average price of each ton of exporting goods stood at $363, posting an 8.04% rise year-on-year and the average price of each ton of importing commodities hovered around $1,361, up 6.8% compared to last year’s same period.

Inflation at 9.9 Percent

The average goods and services Consumer Price Index for urban areas in the 12 months ending November  21, which marks the end of the eighth Iranian month of Aban, increased by 9.9% com­­­­­pa­red with last year’s correspon­ding period, the latest report released by the Central Bank of Iran an­nounced.  CBI had put the inflation rate for the preceding month of Mehr, which en­ded October 22, at 9.8%. The overall CPI (using the Iranian year to March 2017 as the base year) stood at 109.8 in Aban, 1.3% more compared with the previous month. The in­dex regis­te­­red a year-on-year increase of 9.6% compared with the similar month of last year.  The CBI re­port ca­me after the Statistical Center of Iran put Aban inflation at 8.4%.

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