EghtesadOnline: During the first quarter of the current year (March 20—June 20), Iran’s foreign trade was at its lowest level in the month ending April 19 and at its peak in the month ending May 20, Otaghiranonline.ir reported citing data by the Central Bank of Iran.
EghtesadOnline: Iran’s foreign trade is struggling to cope with political and economic challenges, as well as the deteriorating economic situation caused by US sanctions, special commercial circumstances and mounting operating costs, to drive down overall spending.
EghtesadOnline: The Financial Action Task Force blacklist means significantly increasing the cost of doing business with the outside world, a senior member of the Tehran Chamber of Commerce, Industries, Mines and Agriculture said.
EghtesadOnline: Fresh data on Iran's trade show the country exchanged $79 billion worth of goods during the first 11 months of the current year (started March 21, 2019).
EghtesadOnline: Iran’s non-oil foreign trade during ten months to January 20 reached $72 billion, according to Mehdi Mirashrafi, head of Islamic Republic of Iran Customs Administration.
EghtesadOnline: Iran's overall non-oil foreign trade (excluding crude oil, mazut, kerosene and exports via suitcase trade) during the first nine months of the current Iranian year (March 21-Dec. 21) stood at $63.73 billion, says Seyyed Ruhollah Latifi, spokesman of the Islamic Republic of Iran Customs Administration.
EghtesadOnline: Iran exported $31.9 billion worth of goods during the first nine months of the current Iranian year (March 21-Dec. 21), according to chairman of Trade Promotion Organization of Iran, Hamid Zadboum.
EghtesadOnline: Sincere stakeholders, in the anti-FATF camp in Tehran, say now is not the time to embrace the Financial Action Task Force rules. Their argument is premised on the reality that the country is saddled with tough US sanctions and that the limited foreign trade and transactions would be jeopardized by the watchdog’s oversight.
EghtesadOnline: The Central Bank of Iran will continue to promote non-oil trade with foreign countries, the bank’s deputy governor for currency affairs said.
EghtesadOnline: Iran's non-oil foreign trade (excluding crude oil, mazut, kerosene and exports via suitcase trade) during the first eight months of the current Iranian year (March 21-Nov. 21) stood at $55.42 billion, indicating a 7.88% decline compared with the same period of last year, the Islamic Republic of Iran Customs Administration reported.