Tehran (ISNA) – Iran’s exports to Eurasia have registered a considerable growth despite the coronavirus pandemic.
The deputy Iranian minister of industry, mine and trade, Hamid Zadboom made the comment while expounding on figures related to trade between the Islamic Republic and the Eurasian Economic Union (EAEU).
“From the time the agreement went into effect till June 19, 2020, Iran’s overall exports to Eurasia amounted to $ 681 million, up 17% year on year,” he said.
Hamid Zadboom added Iran’s overall imports also hovered around $ 1.7 billion in the same period, registering a 13-percent rise compared to the similar period in 2019.
He said mutual trade between Iran and the EAEU currently stands at more than $2.4 billion, up 14 percent year on year, IFP reported.
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