Iran’s non-crude-oil export reached USD 3.2 billion in July, having a 3.2 positive growth. Despite the 3.2% growth, this is lower than last year’s average of USD 3.7 billion.

This report implies a 16% drop comparing to the same period last year. Iran’s export rate has always been higher than import, by comparing the impart and export value it is evident that still the country’s export share includes primary items or those with least value added that have lower average price.

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