TEHRAN (ISNA)- Iran has done business and trading with 158 countries in non-oil sections in the first three months of Iranian calendar year (started on March 21), despite sanctions targeting the country’s industry.
The newest tallies released by Iranian Customs Organization show that Iran’s foreign trade balance (excluding oil, gas and services) has been minus with 77 countries, but positive with 81 others.
Iran’s imports totaled 55.1 percent of Iran’s whole foreign exchanges value.
The country’s non-oil export excluding gas condensations reached 7.654 billion dollars, while imports hit 9.395 billion dollars.
Iraq, Afghanistan, Turkmenistan, Egypt and Azerbaijan have had the highest trade balance with Iran during the period.
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