|Iran-U.S. trade hits $43m in Q1: report||
TEHRAN - The volume of trade between Iran and United States stood at $43 million in the first quarter of 2014, the ISNA news agency reported on Saturday, citing data released by the United States Census Bureau.
According to the report, the figure is just related to U.S. exports to Iran, as Iran has not exported any goods to the U.S. since October 2010.
Iran imported $18.8 million worth of products from the U.S. in March, showing $7.7 million rise compared to February.
In April, Iran’s Customs Administration reported that Iran transacted non-oil goods with 177 countries in the past Iranian calendar year, which ended on March 20.
The balance of trade with 91 countries was positive, the report added.
The country exported $31.332 billion worth of non-oil goods, excluding gas condensates, and imported $50.818 billion of non-oil goods during the 12-month period.
Iran had the highest positive trade balance with Iraq, Afghanistan, Turkmenistan, Egypt, and Azerbaijan, while it registered the highest negative trade balance with the United Arab Emirates, South Korea, Switzerland, China, and Germany.
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