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Iran, export di merci non petrolifere nel 2016 presenta surplus di 300 mln

Si tratta della prima volta dopo 63 anni
fonte: ilVelino/AGV NEWS/Sputnik
di Velino International

L’export di prodotti non petroliferi in Iran ha avuto un surplus di 300 milioni di dollari nel 2016 per la prima volta in oltre sei decenni. Lo ha reso noto il presidente iraniano Hassan Rouhani. “L’export di merci non petrolifere è stato di circa 43,9 miliardi di dollari l’anno scorso, mentre era pari a 43,6 miliardi nel 2015. Questo indica un aumento di 300 milioni di dollari nel volume delle esportazioni confronto alle importazioni” ha affermato Rouhani come citato dall’agenzia di stampa Irna.

Iran’s non-oil related exports surpassed imports by $300 million last year for the first time in over six decades, Iranian President Hassan Rouhani said Thursday. “Non-oil goods exports was about 43.9 billion dollars last year while it stood at 43.6 billion during the previous year. This indicates a 300-million-dollar rise in the volume of the exports comparing to imports,” Rouhani was quoted as saying the IRNA news agency. Speaking at a launch ceremony of 18 development projects, the president attributed the trade surplus to the government’s program of economic resistance and urged officials to take more vigorous steps. The Islamic republic returned to financial markets last year after some of international sanctions on it were lifted under a July 2015 pact with global powers, which saw Iran roll back its nuclear research.