TEHRAN, Dec. 1 (Mehr News Agency) - The trade volume between Iran and Turkey in the first ten months of the current year grew by about 59 percent to hit $5,616,403,000 in comparison with the same period last year.
Turkey's exports to Iran during the same period increased by 7.1 percent as compared with its corresponding period last year and hit $809,190,000, the Persian service of IRNA quoted a report released by Turkish government. The nation's imports from Iran also rose by 72.9 percent during the period and topped $807,213,000 in comparison with the same ten-month period in the preceding year.
During the same period last year, Turkey exported to the Islamic Republic products and goods worth $755,210,000 however, its imports to its neighbor to the south in the same period last year reached $2,780,380,000, the report added.
Overall, Turkey's exports in the first ten months of the current year reached $67,819 million which is indicative of around 5.12 percent growth compared with the same period last year. Also, registering 17.7 percent rise, the nation's imports during the period hit $112,321 million.
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