On-the-Ground Update

Iran exported $580 million worth of agricultural goods to Eurasian Economic Union countries

Published Jun 2, 2020
Iran has generated export revenue exceeding $580 million to member countries of the Eurasian Economic Union since October 2019 until now.
The top exported product was pistachio, followed by kiwifruit and raisins.
The top export destinations were Russia, Kazakhstan, Belarus, Armenia, and Kyrgyzstan.
On the other hand, the country has imported goods worth more than $1.5 billion from member countries of the union. Top imports were barley, wheat, corn (animal feed), sunflower oil, and lamb meat.
The majority of the mutually traded goods are exempt from duties as per the agreement.
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