WANA (JUNE 30) – Iran’s foreign exchange revenues increased by $4 billion.


The Public Relations Department of the Central Bank of Iran announced that foreign trade developments show that in the first three months of this year, the country’s oil and non-oil exports reached $25.5 billion, an 18.6% increase compared to $21.5 billion in the same period last year.


Iran’s trade balance in the first three months of this year, compared to last year’s period, increased by 51.4%, rising from $7.4 billion to $11.2 billion.


The Central Bank also provided $17.417 billion in foreign currency for importing essential goods, medicine, commercial, and trade goods from the beginning of this year to June 28, of which $3.975 billion was allocated to critical goods and medicine.