Iran and Kyrgyzstan have vowed that bilateral trade would exponentially increase in the near future mainly because of Iran’s decision to launch a free trade zone with the Eurasian Economic Union (EAEU), a major trade bloc where Kyrgyzstan is a member.
While East Azarbaijan's exports to Syria stood at 12 million dollars last year, the figure amounted to 13 million dollars in the first half of the Iranian calendar year, registering a twofold increase.
Around three million foreign tourists visited Iran during first four months of the current Iranian year (started March 21), showing a 40 percent rise compared to the corresponding period last year, said a tourism official.
The Iranian Ministry of Industry, Mine and Trade said on Monday that the country has produced 7.2 million tons of steel products in the first four months of the current Iranian year (March 21-July 22), indicating an 11.6 percent growth compared with the output of the same period last year.
Iran produced 122 million tons of agricultural, horticultural, livestock, poultry and aquatic products in the year to March 2019, indicating a 3.3 percent growth compared to the figure for the 12-month period, to March 2014.