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Iran's Oil Exports to China Increased in 2011
Source: Moj News

The Islamic Republic of Iran's crude oil exports to China increased 62 percent in the first two months of 2011, Xinhua reported.

In January-February 2011, Iran's crude exports to China increased 62 percent compared to the same period last year.

During the mentioned time, China has totally imported 45.73 million tons half of which has been supplied by the countries in the Middle East.

Iran's crude oil exports to China reached 4.11 million tons during the two months. Iran has been second biggest crude supplier to China.

Saudi Arabia exported 8.19 million tons of oil to China and it was ranked first supplying 20 percent of the Asian country's oil demand during the same period.

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