$2.8b of non-oil export revenues sold in Iran’s secondary forex market

Financial Tribune – Figures from the Central Bank of Iran show that foreign currency revenues from non-oil exports from August 7 to October 3 through Nima–the Integrated Forex Deals System launched by the government after it unified the USD forex rate – reached €2.84 billion.

Currency trade on the secondary forex market on October 3 was close to €46 million.

In addition, foreign currency allocated for imports during the 57-day period totaled €2.4 billion.