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Iran’s trade balance positive for 2nd year
Iran’s Customs Office announced that the country has a positive trade balance for the second year in a row.
The Customs Office said that Iran’s non-oil export was $246 million more that what the country imported.
It noted that for the first time after 37 years, the figure of $924 million of positive trade balance was registered last year.
The most important export item in 2016 included gas condensates worth $7.32 million.