Iran’s exports to Oman up 67% in March-Sep. to $277

Iran saw its exports to the neighboring Oman increase by more than two thirds to a total of $277 million in the six months to September 22, according to a businessman coordinating trade between the two countries.

Mohsen Zarrabi, who chairs the Iran-Oman Joint Chamber of Commerce, said on Sunday that Iranian shipments sent to Oman in the first half of the current calendar year had increased by 67% against the previous similar period.

Zarrabi said that total trade between the two countries had also increased by 49% to $547 million over the same period.

Oman is a major re-exporting hub in the Persian Gulf. Exports directed from the Arab sultanate into Iran between March and September had amounted to $270 million, an increase of 32% against the same period in 2020, said Zarrabi.


Source: Press TV