Iran has exported €493 million worth of goods to five European countries in 10 months before November 2020, which shows a 7-percent increase compared to the previous year.
Iranian President Hassan Rouhani called for the promotion of economic ties with European countries.
The Islamic Republic of Iran Customs Administration (IRICA) said the country’s foreign trade has exceeded $24.6 billion in the first five months of the current year.
A new border crossing is due to be established along the Iranian border with Afghanistan to ease trade between the two neighboring countries, an official said.
Iran’s total foreign trade in the first five months of the current Iranian calendar year stood at $24.6b which shows a decline comparing to the same period last year because of the Coronavirus pandemic.
Iran’s president called for closer cooperation with Uzbekistan in various fields, especially amid the outbreak of the coronavirus pandemic.
The embassy of Iran in Yerevan said efforts are underway to remove the barriers to trade with Armenia.
Director General of Iranian Customs Office says Iran’s foreign trade stood at $85b over the past Iranian year.
Iranian lawmakers have rejected a bill proposed by the government to conclude monetary pacts with other countries to break the monopoly of the US dollar in foreign trades.