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Iran’s Annual Export of Minerals Exceeds $12.2

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The Iranian Mines & Mining Industries Development & Renovation Organization put the country’s export of mine and minerals in the previous Iranian calendar year (March 21, 2022 to March 20, 2023) at over $12.2 billion, registering a 3.4 percent rise in weight compared to a year earlier.

Companies in mining and mineral industries sector exported over 48 million tons of products, valued at $12.239 billion, in the past Iranian calendar year, showing a 7.6 percent decline in value compared to last year’s corresponding period.

In this period, about 4.4 million tons of various minerals, valued at $4,995,200,000, were imported into the country to meet the demands of domestic factories, indicating a 27.5 and 3.9 percent growth in value and weight respectively compared to the same period of last year.

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Source: Tasnim News Agency

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