Iran’s latest customs statistics show a negative trade balance of $45 billion in non-oil trade over the past four months

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Iran's latest customs statistics show a negative trade balance of $45 billion in non-oil trade over the past four months

The latest customs statistics in Iran show a negative trade balance of 45 billion dollars in non-oil trade in the first four months.

The latest customs statistics in Iran indicate an 8% decline in non-oil exports and an 11% growth in imports.

News agencies close to the government reported on Sunday, 14th of August, based on customs data, that in the first four months of 1402, the country’s non-oil exports, excluding crude oil, furnace oil, white oil, and suitcase trade, decreased by 79.7% to reach 15 billion and 906 million dollars.

The Islamic Republic Customs has stopped publishing official statistics on its website for the past three years and only provides a report on the overview of non-oil trade for publication by government media.

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