Oct 17, 2021, 2:08 PM
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Official: Saudi Arabia rejoins Iran exports market

Tehran, IRNA – Iran Customs Administration's spokesman Roohollah Latifi said that Saudi Arabia has rejoined Iran exports market, adding that over 47 million tons of goods worth $22.588 billion has been traded with 15 neighbors during the first half of the current Iranian calendar year (starting on March 21).

Latifi said that the figure experienced a 52-percent growth in value and a 37-percent rise in weight, compared with the same period last year.

He added that some 59,996,000 tons of products worth $21,805,611,569 were exported to the world, 36,087,373 tons of which worth $11,218,138,119 belonged to those which have common borders with Iran.

He went on to say that Iran exports to neighboring states grew 33% in weight and 41% in value.

Iraq with $3.840 billion, Turkey with $2.308 billion, the UAE with $2.243 billion, Afghanistan with $999 million, and Pakistan with $544 million are Iran's  exports destinations.


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