Government Spokesman: Trade volume of Iran exceeds $90B

The spokesman of Iran’s government reported that the volume of Iran’s trade passed $90 billion.

In his weekly press conference on Tuesday, Ali Bahadori-Jahromi said that President Ebrahim Raisi’s administration was determined not to tie people’s needs to the Vienna sanctions removal talks, saying that Iran’s foreign trade has enjoyed a 40% growth.

Bahadori-Jahromi stated that since the beginning of the Raisi administration, the country’s foreign trade has grown by 40% and with $45 billion of exports, of which 73% were non-oil exports.

He said “During the past 6 months, the government has been able to establish 6 business centers in Turkey, UAE, China, Turkmenistan, Armenia and Russia, and our economic growth and foreign trade has reached 412% with the establishment of these business centers.”

He added “According to the emphasis of the Leader of the Islamic Revolution on controlling the price of home appliances in the last month, we have witnessed a 5 to 13 percent decrease in the price of home appliances.”

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