Iran’s export to India increases 35% in 7 months yr/yr


The value of Iran’s export to India increased by 35 percent in the first seven months of 2022, from the same period of time in 2021, Tasnim news agency reported citing the data released by the Indian Ministry of Commerce and Industry.

As reported, Iran exported commodities worth $361 million to India in the seven-month period of this year, while the figure was $267 million in the same time span of the past year.

Fruits were the major products Iran exported to India, accounting for 26 percent of the total exported items. Iran exported $96 million of fruits to India in the mentioned time span.—Tehran Times

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