Surplus in Trade With Egypt
September 04, 2016- Iran exported more than 267,200 tons of non-oil goods worth $82.3 million to Egypt during the first four months of the current fiscal year (March 20-July 21), registering a 45% decline compared to last year’s corresponding period
Steel products, gas, raisin, pistachio, auto parts, offal, stone and food supplements were among the main exports, according to the Islamic Republic of Iran Customs Administration. Meanwhile, more than 223 tons of goods worth $987,400 were imported from the northeastern African country, indicating an 86% rise year-on-year. The main imports included razors blades, markers and charcoal.