Iran's oil exports to Germany increased
Azerbaijan, Baku, Jan. 11 / Trend, A.Yusifzade /
Iran's crude oil exports to Germany increased 89 percent in 2010, Germany's Federal Office of Economics and Export Control (BAFA) reported.
In January-November 2010, Germany has imported 85.1 million tons of crude oil valued at $37 billion showing 20 percent growth compared to the same period last year.
Iran has been 10th major crude exporter to Germany during the mentioned period. Iran has exported 1.433 million tons of crude oil to Germany in January-November 2010 showing 89 percent growth compared to same period in 2009, when Iran's crude exports to Germany reached 755,000 tons.
Russia has been major oil exporter to Germany supplying 37 percent of the country's crude demands.
In November 2010, Iran has been 9th major oil supplier to Germany exporting 184,000 tons of oil to the European country.