Iran’s exports to Turkey increases 49% in 8 months


The value of Iran’s exports to neighboring Turkey increased by 49 percent to reach $2.382 billion in the first eight months of 2022, according to the figures recently released by the Turkish Statistical Institute.

Iran had exported $1.592 billion worth of goods to Turkey in the previous year’s first eight months, the mentioned data showed.

During the said period, the total trade between Iran and Turkey increased by 29 percent to $4.332 billion, up from $3.344 billion in January-August 2021. Based on the mentioned data, Iran’s imports from the country also marked an 11-percent rise to hit $1.950 billion during the January-August period, in comparison with the same time span in 2021.Tehran Times


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