TEHRAN (FNA)- Germany’s exports to Iran witnessed a remarkable 20% growth in the first four months of the current year.
Trade exchange between Iran and Germany in the first four months of the current year increased by 19 percent compared with the same period last year.
Eurostat reported that bilateral trade from January to April 2013 stood at €759 million, which figure soared to €904 million in the same period of the current year.
German exports to Iran in the first four months increased by 20 percent, reaching €797 million compared with last year’s figure.
Iranian exports to Germany in the same period also increased by 9 percent, reaching €107 million.
The growth was witnessed after Iran and the Group 5+1 (the US, Russia, China, Britain and France plus Germany) reached an interim deal with Iran in Geneva in November. They are now in talks to strike a final comprehensive agreement.
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