Iran exports

Iran exports to Russia up 36% in 2018

Tehran has been eyeing a bigger share of the Russian market by increasing its exports to the country which has led to a hike in their bilateral trade.


Iran exports to Iraq worth $11bn annually

Iran has been dominating the market in Iraq as the Baghdad moves forward to rebuild the Arab country. Commodities and energy top Iraqi annual imports.


Iran hits trade surplus of $738m

A latest report by Iran’s Customs Administration shows how a drop in imports helped increase the country’s trade surplus in a 9-month period (April-December).


Iran agro exports set record high of $4.5bn

Iraq and Afghanistan are the top destinations of Iranian food products as Tehran seeks to bolster its regional economic ties. Germany is Iran’s only European market.

Agriculture and Environment

Iran non-oil exports stand at $47 billion

Non-oil exports from Iran stood at around $47 billion in the last Iranian year (ended March 20) while imports hovered around $54 billion, showing a $7 billion trade deficit for the country, the head of Trade Promotion Organization said.


Iran pistachio exports over $850m in 9 months

Some 96,000 tons of pistachios worth $852 million were exported from Iran in the nine months since the beginning of the current Iranian year (March 21-Dec. 21, 2017), Deputy Agriculture Minister Abdolmehdi Bakhshandeh told Mehr News Agency.


China, Iraq, UAE, South Korea, India top destinations for Iran export

China, Iraq, the UAE, South Korea and India imported 68.7% of Iran’s total non-oil goods (including gas condensate) in terms of value, in the five months since the beginning of the current Iranian year (started March 21), according to the latest statistics released by Trade Promotion Organization of Iran.


Iran lifts tariffs on exports of food items to Eurasia

Iran says it has lifted the customs tariffs on certain agricultural products that are exported to Eurasian countries – a move which is expected to encourage exports to countries such as Belarus, Kazakhstan, Kyrgyzstan, Russia, Tajikistan and Uzbekistan.


Iran’s foreign trade up 5% in 5 months

Iran’s non-oil foreign trade during the first five months of the current Iranian year (started March 21) stood at $36.63 billion, indicating a 5.34% rise compared with last years corresponding period.


Iran exports first wheat cargo in years

Iran says it has exported its first consignment of wheat after a hiatus of multiple years – what is seen as a robust sign that shows the country has not only been able to support domestic needs but also move ahead with overseas sales.