Tehran (IP) - According to the report released by the Trade Promotion Organization of Iran, the country has witnessed a 30% increase in exports to Eurasian member countries.

Iran Press/Iran News: This is a 30% increase in value over the past year, and as a result, the trade deficit with that union has been improved by $241 million.

Accordingly, Iran's exports to Eurasia during this period were more than 2,657,000 tons and worth more than 842 million dollars, while Iran's exports to this economic union were worth more than 2,863,000 tons.

It has been more than one billion and 91 million dollars. Therefore, Iran's exports to the Eurasian union have grown by 8% in weight and 30% in value.

Also, Iran's trade volume with the five-member countries of the Eurasian Union in the past year was 3 billion and 419 million dollars, which has increased by 8% compared to the same period last year.

The Eurasian Economic Union includes Russia, Kazakhstan, Kyrgyzstan, Armenia, and Belarus, and under the agreement signed, 502 exported items from Iran to these countries enjoy preferential tariffs.


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