Trade between Iran and African countries reached 1.89 million tons worth $992.77 million during the first seven months of the current Iranian year (March 21-Oct. 22).
South Africa with 462,590 tons worth $254.05 million was the main trade partner during the period. It was followed by Mozambique with 288,305 tons worth $160.82 million and Sudan with 221,205 tons worth $122.76 million, Financial Tribune reported.
Data released by the Islamic Republic of Iran Customs Administration show Iran exported 1.83 million tons of goods worth $933.24 million to the African continent during the period.
South Africa with 461,840 tons worth $247.62 million was Iran’s main export destination in Africa. Mozambique with 288,305 tons worth $160.82 million and Sudan with 221,123 tons worth $122.34 million came next.