TEHRAN – Iran’s commercial attaché to Brazil has said the Islamic Republic’s exports to Brazil nearly doubled in the previous Iranian calendar year 1401(ended on March 20) as compared to the preceding year, IRNA reported.
According to Mir-Abutaleb Badri, the value of Iran’s exports to the South American country reached $134 million in the previous Iranian year, from $70 million in the year 1400.
He put the total annual trade between the two countries at about $5.0 billion of which the share of Brazil exports to Iran is about $4.6 billion.
Brazil’s main export items to Iran are oilseeds, animal feed and meat and Iran’s exports to this country include urea fertilizer, petrochemical products, pistachios and raisins.
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