News ID: 92050
Publish Date : 04 July 2021 - 22:20

TEHRAN – Head of Trade Promotion Organization of Iran (TPOI) Hamid Zadboom has said that Iran’s exports to other countries increased by 68% in the first three months of the current Iranian year of 1400 (beginning on March 21).
Speaking to Iran state TV (IRIB), Zadboom said that the value of exported goods and services increased by 68% as compared to last year’s first three months and in terms of their weight, the exports witnessed 38% growth.
Zadboom said that during this period, 8.4 million tons of goods worth $10.2 billion were imported into the country, which compared to the first quarter of last year, has decreased by 6% in weight and increased by 34% in value.
Stating that the country’s trade balance in the first quarter of this year has reached a positive $ 500 million, TPOI chairman said that the major destinations for Iranian goods and services were China, Iraq, UAE, Turkey and Afghanistan, respectively.
He added, “In the first quarter of this year, the major exporters to Iran included the UAE, China, Turkey, Germany and Switzerland, respectively.”

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