Economist forecast: $10.7b increase in Iran exports

TEHRAN, Sept. 4 (MNA) – The Economist forecasted that Iran’s exports would increase $10.7 billion in the current Iranian calendar year (started March 21).

ISNA news agency cited Economist’s August report stating Iran exported $67.4 billion worth of goods last year and predicted that this figure would increase to $78.1 billion this year.

 Meanwhile, exports from Iran had a significant drop from $100.6 billion in 1387 (March 2008- March 2009).

 Economist’s analysts believe that in upcoming years the exports trend will fluctuate in Iran.




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