Intermediate Goods Account for 63 Percent of All Iran Imports

Iran’s imports during the first month of the current Iranian year that ended on April 20 stood at $2.3 billion.

Intermediate goods accounted for $1.46 billion or 63% of total imports, capital goods for $306 million or 13% and consumer goods made up $510 million or 22% of the total sum, the Persian business daily, Donya-e-Eqtesad reported, citing data released by the Trade Promotion Organization of Iran.

Imports of products classified as “others” also hovered around $58 million or 2.5% of overall imports.

Imports of products classified as “others” constituted 2.5% of total imports during the one-month period.


Last Updated (Wednesday, 29 May 2019 10:30)