Iran exports

Iran’s carpet exports to US at $50m after lifting sanctions

Iran says its exports of hand-woven carpets to the United States have reached around $50 million since the removal of sanctions in January.

Trade

7-month foreign trade tops $49 billion

Iran’s non-oil foreign trade during the seven months of the current Iranian year (started March 20) stood at $49.16 billion.

Trade

Iran’s exports to EU rise despite hurdles

Official figures show Iran’s non-oil exports to Europe are increasing in what is interpreted as a sign of growing interest of European consumers in Iranian products.

Trade

Iran’s port throughput up 16%

Throughput at the country’s 28 ports stood at 211.5 tons through the end of August, a rise of 26.9 million tons, which show a 16.3% rise compared to volumes handled in the first eight months of 2015.

Trade

Iran’s foreign trade exceeds $35.8bn in 5 months

Iran says its foreign trade income has surpassed $35.817 billion during the first five months of the current Iranian calendar year (started March 20).

Trade

Iran’s trade surplus at $3.4bn

Iran says its trade surplus exceeded $3.4 billion over a period of four months starting March 21, 2016 in what is seen as the country’s best post-sanctions trade performance.

Trade

Iranian carpets recapture US market

Iran’s prized rug trade is getting a boost from the lifting of sanctions, with exports to the US reclaiming the lost ground in a big way.

Trade

Banking problems prevent Iran exports

More indications emerge to show that banking problems remaining from the sanctions against Iran are still obstructing the country’s exports.

Mine and Industry

Iran’s non-oil exports to Iraq in 4 months show 23% year-on-year rise

Iran’s non-oil exports to Iraq showed a 23 percent increase in comparison with the similar period the previous year.

Trade

Iran’s non-oil exports in 4 months show 21% year-on-year rise: VP

Irans non-oil exports during the first four months of the current Iranian calendar year (started on March 20) showed a 21 percent increase in comparison with similar period the previous year.

Macro Economy