Iran posts trade surplus of $558m in month to late April

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Main exports from Iran over the calendar month to late April included liquefied petroleum gas (LPG) with $523 million worth of sales, followed by liquefied propane at $302 million and liquefied butane at $169 million, said IRICA, adding that Iran had exported $169 million worth of steel and iron products and some $167 million of methanol over the same period.
According to the report, the five main imports of Iran during the period were animal corn at $223 million, soybeans at $152 million, wholly milled Rice at $89 million, smart mobile phones at $71 million, and automobile parts at $62 million.
China was the largest buyer of Iranian export shipments in April with some $1.14 billion worth of purchases, followed by Iraq at $609 million, Türkiye at $550 million, United Arab Emirates at $320 million, and India at $120 million, showed IRICA figures.

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