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Iran’s Foreign Trade at 70 Billion USD

Iran’s non-oil foreign trade during the first nine months of the current fiscal year (star­ted March 21) stood at $69.210 billion, indicating a 8% rise compared with last year’s corres­ponding pe­ri­od. 

According to the latest report of the Islamic Republic of Iran Customs Administration exports hit $31.640 billion, indicating a 2.39% de­cli­ne year-on-year.  Gas con­­­densates ($5.098 billion), li­que­­­fied propane ($1.068 billion), methanol ($835 million), light crude oil, excluding gasoline ($810 million) and hematite pig iron ($765 million) were the main expor­ted commodities.  Chi­na was the main customer of Iranian products during the nine-month pe­riod, as Iran exported $6.527 billion worth of goods to the Asian country, 12.78% more than in the corresponding pe­riod of last year.   Other major export destinations included Iraq with $4.628 billion, the UAE ($4.458 billion), South Korea ($3.011 billion) and Afghanistan ($2.004 billion). Exports to Iraq, South Korea and Afghanistan rose by 0.36%, 28.99% and 6.27% respectively com­pared to last year, but the UAE imported 18.39% less goods from Iran in the period com­pa­red with last year’s same period.

 Imports amounted to $37.570 billion, up 18.31% YOY. Imports mainly included auto parts for pro­duction of automobiles ($1.240 billion), field corn ($1.115 billion), rice ($1.015 billion), soy­bean ($749 million) and vehicles (without ambulances and hybrid cars) of engine displacement between 1500 cc and 2000 cc ($660 million).  Major exporters to Iran in­cluded China ($9.452 bil­lion), the UAE ($6.656 billion), Turkey ($2.576 billion), South Korea ($2.563 billion) and Ger­many (2.095 billion).

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