Iran’s Exports to EEU Grows by 3%
IRAN NEWS ECONOMIC DESK
TEHRAN – According to the latest report released by Iran’s Trade Promotion Organization, Iran’s exports to Eurasian Economic Union (EEU) states have grown by 6 percent.
According to report Iran’s exports to EEU from mid-November 2019 to August 21 have grown 6 percent comparing to the same period in the preceding year.
The report shows that Russia tops the EEU countries for Iran’s exports while Iran has had the lowest exports to Belarus. By the way Iran has had the most imports from Russia and the least from Kyrgyzstan.
According to the statistics of Iran Customs Administration Office, the total trade volume of Iran with five members of EEU in the first five months of the current year has stood at $2.79b which shows 6 percent growth comparing to the same period last year ($2.63b).
Meanwhile the total volume of Iran’s exports to EEU member states between mid-November 2019 and August 21, 2020 has been $833.9m which shows 21 percent growth comparing to the same period in the preceding year ($679.8m).