Turkmen polypropylene sold at state commodity exchange almost every week of July
BAKU, Azerbaijan, August 13
By Jeila Aliyeva - Trend:
Turkmenistan sold polypropylene on its State Commodity and Raw Materials Exchange almost every week of July, Trend reports with reference to the exchange’s data.
The first week of July was the only one where polypropylene was not sold.
During the second week of July, entrepreneurs from Turkmenistan purchased polypropylene on the domestic market.
In the third week of July, the polypropylene produced at the Kiyanly Polymer Plant was purchased by Afghan entrepreneurs.
During the last week of July, in addition to entrepreneurs from Afghanistan, entrepreneurs from Russia and the UK also bought polypropylene at the exchange.
As many as 268 transactions were registered on State Commodity Exchange and Raw Material of Turkmenistan in July.
Transactions were made by both foreign entrepreneurs for export and domestic businessmen to be sold locally.
During the reporting period, the country has registered transactions both in foreign currency and in Turkmen manat.
Transactions in the total amount of more than $57.8 million were registered on the State Commodity and Raw Material Exchange of Turkmenistan in June.
During the reporting month, the country has registered transactions both in foreign currency and in Turkmen manat. In particular, transactions worth more than $73,369 were made in foreign currency and more than 202.3 million for Turkmen manat ($57.7 million).
The state commodity exchange of Turkmenistan was established on July 29, 1994. It is the most important agency of state regulation of export-import operations.
Follow the author on Twitter: @JeilaAliyeva