Iran’s H1 trade with SCO tops $15 billion

Iran’s trade with Shanghai Cooperation Organization member states stood at 23.86 million tons worth $15.05 billion in the first six months of the current fiscal year (March 21-Sept. 22), according to the latest statistics announced by the Islamic Republic of Iran Customs Administration.

20 October 2021
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Iran’s trade with Shanghai Cooperation Organization member states stood at 23.86 million tons worth $15.05 billion in the first six months of the current fiscal year (March 21-Sept. 22), according to the latest statistics announced by the Islamic Republic of Iran Customs Administration.

Exports to the eight SCO member states hit 20.31 million tons worth $8.56 billion. 

China with 14.83 million tons of exports worth $6.57 billion, India with 2.92 million tons worth $829.88 million and Pakistan with 1.36 million tons worth $544.13 million were the top three export destinations.

Imports stood at 3.56 million tons worth $6.49 billion. 

The top three importers to Iran were China, Russia and India.

Iran’s trade with SCO hit 47.93 million tons worth $25.63 billion in the fiscal 2020-21 (ended March 20, 2021).

Exports to SCO members stood at 38.88 million tons worth $12.26 billion during the period.

The top three export destinations were China with 26.96 million tons worth $8.08 billion, India with 7.6 million tons worth $1.28 billion and Pakistan with 2.55 million tons worth $1 billion during the period under review.

Imports from SCO member states hit 9.05 million tons worth $13.37 billion in the last fiscal year.

The imports mainly came from China with 3.56 million tons worth $9.84 billion, India with 2.21 million tons worth $2.14 billion and 2.93 million worth $1.07 billion during the period.

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