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Iran trade exchanges grown 10% in 2008
TEHRAN (ISNA)-The Head of Iran's Trade Development Organization Mehdi Ghazanfari said the country's commercial exchanges have grown by 10 percent in 2008 comparing to the amount in 2007.

The volume of Iran's commercial transactions reached 71.822 billion dollars in 2008 and it had hit 63.716 billion dollars in 2007, Ghazanfari said.

He also added Iran's export in 2008 and 2007 totaled respectively 16.803 and 15.266 billion dollars.

Iran's major trade partners in 2008 included Iraq, the UAE, China, India, South Korea, Japan, Afghanistan, Turkey, Belgium and Saudi Arabia, he added.

Liquefied propane, methanol, pistachio, liquefied butane, ethylene and carpet were among Iran's main exports to the countries, Ghazanfari said.

He continued Iran also imported goods from the UAE, Germany, China, Switzerland, South Korea, Britain, Italy, India, France and Turkey in 2008.

ISNA
Aug 1, 2009 15:31
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