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Iran's Trade With Turkmenistan Tops $300m

Iran traded $312 million worth of commodities with Turkmenistan during the 10 months to Jan. 20, according to Iran's commercial attaché to Turkmenistan.

Iran’s exports to the neighboring country hit $305 million, while Turkmenistan’s exports to Iran stood at $7 million.

Speaking to IRNA, Rahmatollah Khormali said Iran was Turkmenistan’s 13th export destination during the 10 months. 

According to Khormali, the main commodities exported to Turkmenistan from Iran included potatoes, apples, sugar, cement, plastic products, construction materials, tiles and ceramics.

News No: 3462
Date: 2019/01/29 - 15:55
News Source: Financial Tribune

Trade  Turkmenistan  exports  Rahmatollah Khormali  tiles and ceramics 

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