The figure registered an increase of 17 percent compared to the corresponding period last year, Turkey State Institute of Statistics announced.
The value of commercial exchanges between the two countries stood at 2.151 billion dollars in the same period last year (2003).
Turkey exported $697.2 worth of commodities to Iran in the aforestated period which pointed to a spike of 54.8 percent compared to the same period last year.
Iran's import to Turkey stood at 1.819 million dollars during the said period which shows an increase of 0.7 percent against the same period in 2003.
Turkey exported 109.4 million dollars worth of goods to Iran, while the country imported 148.8 million dollars worth of goods in November 2004.
Some 450.3 million dollars worth of commodities were exported from Turkey to Iran during the stated period, while the value of imported goods from Iran stood at 1.701 million dollars.
The value of Iran-Turkey commercial exchange pointed to a rise of 90 percent in 2003 (compared to 2002) through reaching 2.381 million dollars.
The volume of Turkish foreign commercial exchanges stood at 143.51 billion dollars in the same period, pointing a boost of 3708 percent compared to 2003.
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