Tehran, IRNA – Iran has exchanged as much as $35.5 billion worth of goods with different world countries in the first four months of the calendar year (March 21 – July 21), according to a recent report by the Islamic Republic of Iran’s Customs Administration (IRICA).
The IRICA report suggests a nearly 8% decline in Iran’s trade compared to figures from last year’s corresponding period.
It said that Iran has exported some 45.75 million tons of goods in the mentioned period up by 28.56% year-on-year.
The report added that some 11.84 million tons of goods worth $19.53 billion were also imported into Iran in the time span which shows a 6.18 and 10.82 percent growth in terms of tonnage and value, respectively.
China, Iraq, Turkiye, the UAE and India were the top five destinations for Iranian products accounting for 75% of the value and 76% of the weight of Iranian exports in the four-month period.
The UAE, China, Turkiye, India and Germany were also the top five countries importing goods to Iran in the period under review.