Non-Oil Trade With Thailand Declines

Iran traded 1.56 million tons of non-oil commodities worth $754.55 million with Thailand during the 10 months to Jan. 20, registering a fall of 19.92% and 12.94% in tonnage and value respectively compared with last year's corresponding period, latest data released by the Islamic Republic of Iran Customs Administration show.

Iran’s exports to Thailand stood at 1.23 million tons worth $580.38 million, down 17.83% and 1.15% in tonnage and value respectively year-on-year. 

Thailand was Iran’s 11th export destination during the period.

Iran mainly exported non-alloy iron/steel ingots, liquefied propane and non-alloy semi-finished iron/steel products to Thailand during the 10-month period.

Thailand exported 333,179 tons of goods worth $174.17 million to Iran, down 26.83% and 37.71% in tonnage and value respectively YOY. Thailand was the 25th exporter of goods to Iran over the period.

The imports mainly included medium-density fibers, electrical equipment and split units.

News No: 3980
Date: 2019/03/12 - 16:25
News Source: Financial Tribune

Non Oil  Trade  Thailand  Customs  steel ingots 


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