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Iran’s exports to Europe up by 31 percent

Iranian exports to Europe rose up by 31 percent during the first half of the current Iranian year started March 21.

Managing Director of Iran Customs Office Ardeshir Mohammadi said that Iranian non-oil exports to Afghanistan, the Silk Road and Central Asian countries rose up by 27 percent during the same period.

Mohammadi put the value of Iranian exports to the Silk Road countries at 7.64 billion dollars during the same period, adding the figure was 6.23 billion dollars during the same period in the preceding year.

He said the total value of Iranian trade stood at 44.17 billion dollars in the first half of current year, of which 16.70 billion dollars related to the Silk Road countries.

Meanwhile, managing director of the Iranian Customs Office asserted that Iran’s imports via Europe has been increased 0.03 percent during the period.

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