The head of Trade Promotion Organization of Iran (TPO) announced that the country’s non-oil exports over the first 11 months of the current Iranian year (March 21, 2018 – February 19, 2019) amounted to $40 billion.
Iran exported 5.55 million tons of iron ore concentrate worth $398 million during March 21, 2018-January 20, 2019, according to figures released by Islamic Republic of Iran Customs Administration (IRICA).
The slump in Thailand’s exports gathered pace last month, pushing the country to its widest trade deficit in almost six years in the latest sign of Asian exporters being hit by slowing regional growth.
Iran exported goods valued at $219.258 million to the Russian Federation in the 10 months from March 21, 2018 to January 21, 2019, indicating an 8.56-percent growth compared to the figure for the same period a year earlier.
Japan’s exports posted their biggest decline in more than two years as China-bound shipments tumbled, fueling concerns about slowing global demand as the business mood sours and orders for the country’s machinery goods fell sharply.
Iran’s exports of crude oil were higher than expected in January and are at least holding steady this month, according to tanker data and industry sources, as some customers have increased purchases due to waivers from US sanctions.
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Japan’s exports in January are forecast to have fallen at the fastest pace in more than two years as the US-Sino trade war put the brakes on demand for Japanese electronics, car parts, and heavy equipment.
China’s trade engine likely remained stuck in reverse in January, with imports and exports expected to fall for the second month in a row, adding to concerns the economy may be at risk of a sharper slowdown.