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Reported by Inpia and quoted by ایبنه , Deputy of Economic Studies of Tehran Chamber of Commerce in a report on the export and import of the country during the first 5 months of 1398 and wrote: 24 9% of Iran’s exports during this period were to China, 21.9% to Iraq, 13.8% to Turkey, 9.3% to the UAE and 5.04% to Afghanistan.
During this period, 25% of Iran’s exports have been made to other countries in the world. Exports of Iranian crude oil to China as the largest destination of Iranian goods in the first five months of 1398 was about $ 4.4 billion and its share of the total value of exports of crude oil without the country from 19.5 percent in the same period of 1397 to 24 Has reached 9%.
Iran’s exports to Iraq, which ranked third among the country’s export destinations during the first five months of 1397, ranked second in the first five months of 1398 with a value of $ 3.9 billion. And accounts for about 21 percent of Iran’s exports.
Turkey is the third largest exporter with 2.4 billion dollars and a share of almost 14%. Meanwhile, this country was not among the top five export destinations of Iran during the first five months of 1397.
During the period under review, the United Arab Emirates and Afghanistan were fourth and fifth among Iran’s export destinations with $ 1.6 billion and $ 898 million, respectively. It seems that during the first 5 months of 2009, the market share of some countries in the export of Iranian goods has decreased and other markets have replaced them. Among these markets, the UAE can be mentioned as one of the most important export destinations in the country, whose share of the value of Iran’s exports has increased from 18.1% in the first five months of 1397 to about 9.3% in the first five months of 1398. A decrease of about 49 percentage points.
Major Import Destinations
In the first five months of 2009, China with $ 4.3 billion, the United Arab Emirates with about $ 3 billion, Turkey with $ 2.2 billion, India with $ 1.9 billion and With $ 865 million, Germany has been the top five countries in the Iranian import trade. Meanwhile, in the same period of 1397, South Korea has been one of the main sources of imports of Iranian goods.
Thus, in the period under review, 24.2% of Iran’s imports came from China, 17.1% from the UAE, 12.5% from Turkey, 10.6% from India, 4. 9% were from Germany and 30.8% from other countries of the world.