Tehran (IP) - Iran's agricultural exports have increased by 30 percent despite unilateral sanctions against Tehran and the spread of Coronavirus.

Iran Press/Iran News: According to the Islamic Republic of Iran Customs Administration on Wednesday, the export of Iranian agricultural products in the last 4 months in Iranian calender (starting on March 21) was more than 2 million and 700,000, which had more than 30% growth compared to the same period last year.

According to the report, Iran's exports in the last 4 months was worth 1 billion and 690 million dollars, which had 7 percent growth compared to the same period last year worth 1 billion and 582 million dollars.

Main Iran's agricultural products for export include pistachios, tomatoes, watermelons, apples, tomato paste, chocolate, biscuits, potatoes, and cheese.

These products have been exported to Iraq, China, Afghanistan, Russia, and the UAE.


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