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Iran-EU Trade from January till November over 4.7 Bil­li­on Euro

EU-Iran Foreign Trade in the first eleven month of 2019 generated 4,733 mil­li­on Euro.  The 28 EU coun­­tries exported goods worth € 4,085 million Euro to Iran and imported goods worth € 648 million.  Germany was the most important EU trade partner of Iran, with a trade volume of 1,520 million Euro, fol­lowed by Italy (889 million Euro) and the Netherlands 468 million Euro).

The European Union (EU28) export of goods to Iran stood at 4,085 million Euro, a de­crea­se of 52% com­­pared with the first eleven month of the year 2018.  According to the la­test da­ta by Euro­stat, the sta­tis­tical office of the European Union, 33% of the EU ex­ports to Iran ca­me from Ger­­­many, which de­­­li­ve­red goods worth €1,343 million, that was 48% less than in the first eleven month of the year 2018. Second (18%) was Italy with exports worth € 746 million (-53%), fol­lowed by the Ne­ther­­­lands (€ 439 million, -37%) and France (€ 345 million, -60%). 

From January till November 2019 the 28 EU countries imported goods worth € 648 million from Iran, (a de­crea­se of 93% compared with the first eleven month of 2018).  Major Iranian ex­ports to the Eu­­ro­pean Union (27%) go to Germany, which imported goods worth € 177 million from Iran (-55%), fol­­lowed by Italy (€ 143 million, -95%) and Spain (€72 million, -96%).

World Bank on Iran: No Growth Until 2021

World Bank on Iran: No Growth Until 2021

Financial Tribune:   The World Banks esti­ma­tes Iran's economy shrank by 8.7% in 2019 and fore­casts GDP growth to be 0% in 2020 and 1% in both 2021 and 2022

The World Bank estimates that Iran's economy shrank 8.7% in 2019 compared to the previous year. The international financial institution's latest estimate in its January 2020 edition of "Glo­bal Economic Prospects" has been revised down by 4.2% compared to the June 2019 edi­tion of the report. World Bank's forecasts for Iran's GDP growth are 0% in 2020 and 1% in both 2021 and 2022. The 2020 forecast has been revised down by 0.9% compared to the June 2019 editi­on of the report. The 2021 forecast indicates no change compared to the previous report.

The report also shows Iran's economy contracted by 4.9% in 2018 after experiencing a 3.8% growth in 2017. The contraction of Iran's economy in 2019 was mainly due to external shocks ex­peri­enced by the oil and gas sector. The plummeting exports come after the expiration of US waivers temporarily granted to major Iranian oil importers and the tightening of banking res­tric­­­tions, in addition to new sanctions imposed on the country’s petrochemicals, metals, mining and maritime sectors, the World Bank said in an autumn economic update released on Oct. 9.   …   …   …

Tehran, Kerman on holiday on Monday, Tuesday

The Council of Ministers declared public holiday for Tehran Province on Monday Jan. 6 and Kerman Province on Tuesday Jan. 7, 2020.

General Qasem Soleimani and a number of his companions were martyred Friday morning in a terrorist attack in the Iraqi soil by the United States.  General Soleimani’s body will arrive in Tehran tomorrow and then carried to Kerman on Tuesday to be buried.   http://president.ir/en/113190

 

Iran's Average Inflation Rate Dips to 40%

The overall Consumer Price Index (using the Iranian year to March 2017 as the base year) stood at 193.8 during the month under review, indicating a 3.2% rise compared with the month before and a year-on-year increase of 27.8%

The average goods and services Consumer Price Index in the 12-month period ending Dec. 21, which marks the last day of the ninth Iranian month, increased by 40% compared with last year’s corresponding period, latest data released by the Statistical Center of Iran show. SCI had put the annual inflation rate for the preceding Iranian month that ended on Nov. 21 at 41.1%. 

The consumer inflation for the month under review (Nov. 22-Dec. 21) registered a year-on-year increase of 27.8% compared with the similar month of last year.

Iran-EU Trade from January till October over 4.3 Bil­li­on Euro

EU-Iran Foreign Trade in the first ten month of 2019 generated 4,310 mil­li­on Euro.

The 28 EU coun­­tries exported goods worth € 3,724 million Euro to Iran and imported goods worth € 586 million.  Germany was the most important EU trade partner of Iran, with a trade volume of 1,373 million Euro, fol­lowed by Italy (817 million Euro) and the Netherlands 423 million Euro).

The European Union (EU28) export of goods to Iran stood at 3,724 million Euro, a de­crea­se of 53% com­­pared with the first ten month of the year 2018.  According to the la­test da­ta by Euro­stat, the sta­tis­tical office of the European Union, 33% of the EU ex­ports to Iran ca­me from Ger­­­many, which de­­­li­ve­red goods worth €1,212 million, that was 50% less than in the first ten month of the year 2018. Second (18%) was Italy with exports worth € 683 million (-54%), fol­lowed by the Ne­ther­­­lands (€ 400 million, -40%) and France (€ 315 million, -62%). 

From January till October 2019 the 28 EU countries imported goods worth € 586 million from Iran, (a de­crea­se of 94% compared with the first ten month of 2018).  Major Iranian ex­ports to the Eu­­ro­pean Union (28%) go to Germany, which imported goods worth € 161 million from Iran (-56%), fol­­lowed by Italy (€ 134 million, -95%) and Spain (€64 million, -97%).