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Details of Iran’s foreign debts announced

Finance Materials 4 August 2021 10:19 (UTC +04:00)
Details of Iran’s foreign debts announced

BAKU, Azerbaijan, Aug. 4

By Elnur Baghishov – Trend:

Iran's foreign debts amounted to $8.74 billion from the beginning of the current Iranian year (March 21, 2021) to the end of the 3rd month of the current Iranian year (June 22, 2021), Trend reports citing the statistics of Central Bank of Iran.

According to the statistics, of Iran's debt, $2.01 billion is short-term and $6.73 billion is long-term.

In terms of euro, Iran's foreign debt amounted to 7.37 billion euro within the mentioned period. Of this, 1.69 billion euro is short-term debt and 5.67 billion euro is long-term debt, the statistics said.

“During the three months, Iran's exports amounted to 29.9 million tons worth $10.6 billion, while imports amounted to 8.54 million tons worth $10.4 billion,” the statistics said.

Current Iranian year (from Mar. 21, 2021 through Mar. 20, 2022)

Export

Import

Value (with dollars)

Volume (with tons)

Value (with dollars)

Volume (with tons)

1st month (Mar. 21 through Apr. 20)

$2.97 billion

8.3 million

$2.79 billion

2.04 million

2nd month (Apr. 21 through May 21)

$3.35 billion

8.57 million

$3.73 billion

3.32 million

3rd month (May 22 through June 21)

$4.36 billion

13 million

$3.94 billion

3.18 million

Total

$10.6 billion

29.9 million

$10.4 billion

8.54 million

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