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Deutsch-Iranischer Außenhandel im ersten Halbjahr 2018

Im ersten Halbjahr 2018 lag der deutsch-iranische Außenhandel mit über 1.494 Mio. Euro  7% niedriger als im Vergleichszeitraum 2017. Deutschland lieferte Wa­ren im Wert von 1.300 Mio. Euro (-7%); die iranischen Lieferungen nach Deutschand  lagen bei 194 Mio. Euro (-3%).  Vergleicht man lediglich die Juni-Zahlen, dann gingen die deutschen Lieferungen im Juni 2018 gegenüber Juni 2017 um 18% zurück, wohingegen die iranischen Lieferungen nach Deutschland im Juni 2018  5% höher lagen.

Wichtigste Warengruppen bei den deutschen Lieferungen nach Iran im 1. Halbjahr 2018 wa­­ren Ma­­­schi­nen, Apparate und mechanische Geräte (432  Mio. Euro),  Kraft­­­fahr­­zeuge, Land­fahr­zeu­ge (130 Mio. Euro), pharma­zeu­tische Er­zeug­nisse (97 Mio. Euro), optische, photo­gra­fi­sche usw. Er­zeug­nisse (89 Mio. Euro) sowie elektrotech­ni­sche Er­zeug­nisse (89 Mio. Euro).

Die iranischen Liefe­run­gen nach Deutschland im Berichtszeitraum setz­ten sich u.a. zu­sam­­men aus Früch­­­­­­­ten und Nüssen im Wert von 77 Mio. Euro, anderen Waren tie­­ri­schen Ur­sprungs (Häu­te und Schafs­­därme) (19 Mio. Euro), Mineralischen Brennstoffen (18 Mio. Euro), Teppi­chen (12 Mio. €),  pharmazeutischen Erzeugnissen (12 Mio. Euro) sowie Schellack, Gummen, Harz und Pflan­­zensaft (12 Mio. Euro). Eine Tabelle mit 98 Warengruppen kann angefordert werden.  Nach Angaben des Statis­ti­schen Bun­des­amtes, Revision:.Nov. 2017 – April 2018    http://marin-consult.com

EU-Iran Trade in Half-Year of 2018 at € 10.7 Bil­li­on

EU-Iran Foreign Trade in the first six month of the year 2018 reached 10.7 bil­li­on Euro. The 28 EU coun­tries exported goods worth € 6.110 bn to Iran and imported goods worth € 4.566 bn.  As a result, trade balance between Iran and EU stood at € 1.644 bn in favor of Iran. Italy was the most important EU-trade partner of Iran, with a trade volume of 2,560 million Euro, fol­lowed by France (1,601 mn Euro), Spain (1,542 mn Euro) and Germany  (1,482 mn Euro).

From January to June 2018 the European Union (EU28) export of goods to Iran stood at € 4,566 mn, a de­crea­se of 8% compared with mid-year of 2017.  According to the la­test (prelimi­na­ry) da­ta by Euro­stat, the statistical office of the European Union, 29% of the EU-ex­ports to Iran ca­me from Ger­many, which delivered goods worth €1,307 mn, that was 6% less than at mid-year of 2017. Second (17%) was Italy with exports worth € 781 mn (-8%), followed by France (€ 459 mn, -40%) and the Netherlands (€ 390 mn, +11%).   

From January to June the 28 EU countries imported goods worth  € 6,110 mn from Iran, (an in­crea­se of 23%  compared with the first half of 2017).  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 € 1,779 mn from Iran (+15%) fol­lowed by Spain (€ 1,233 mn, +106%), France (€ 1,142 mn, -8%), Greece (€ 963 mn, +51%), the Nether­lands  ( € 246 mn, -41%) and Germany (€ 175 mn, -5%).

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Exchangers in Iran Resume Work With New To-Do List

Financial Tribune:  With the government's rescue package for the currency market in full swing, exchange bureaus have found a newly-defined role after nearly four months of zero transaction. As reported by the local media on Wednesday, money exchange shops, which once played the dominant role in the currency market in the absence of banks, have now been entrusted with the task of mee­ting "minor" hard currency needs at open market rates. The Central Bank of Iran's new rules for exchange houses come with the caveat that they should adhere to CBI's forex rules as well as anti-money laundering regulations. In a directive pu­blished on CBI's website on Tuesday, the bank said the purchase and sale of export hard cur­rency by exchange bureaux would only be possible through the Forex Deals Integrated System (known by its local acronym Nima). 

Updated Blocking Statute in support of Iran nuclear deal entered into force

As the first batch of re-imposed US sanctions on Iran took effect, the EU's updated Blocking Sta­tute entered into force early today to mitigate their impact on the interests of EU companies do­ing legitimate business in Iran. The updated Blocking Statute is part of the European Union's support for the continued full and effective implementation of the Joint Comprehensive Plan of Action (JCPOA) – the Iran nuclear deal, including by sustaining trade and economic relations bet­­ween the EU and Iran, which were normalised when nuclear-related sanctions were lifted as a result of the JCPOA.  A press release and a MEMO Q&A are available online, as well as the joint statement by High Representative/Vice-President Federica Mogherini and the Foreign Ministers of the E3 (Jean-Yves Le Drian of France, Heiko Maas of Germany, Jeremy Hunt of the United Kingdom) on the re-imposition of US sanctions due to its withdrawal from the JCPOA.  You can find all relevant information on the updated Blocking Statute on a dedicated website  here, and the Updated annex of the Blocking Statute, the Guidance note and the Implementing Regulation on the criteria are available online. (For more information: Mina Alexandrova Andreeva – Tel.: +32 229 91382; Maja Kocijancic – Tel.: +32 229 86570; Lauranne Devillé – Tel.: +32 229 80833) 

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