TEHRAN, Iran, Dec.24
Iran's export to Turkey increased by 53 percent from January through October 2021, compared to the same time last year, said the secretary of Iran-Turkey Joint Chamber of Commerce Mehdi Mossaei, Trend reports citing ILNA.
Iran's export to Turkey has increased due to cheap labor costs, low energy, and transportation prices, he said.
"The export to Turkey was being carried out through Iran's Bazargan border, which has low costs," Mossaei explained.
He went on to add that Iran's export of petrochemical products, nuts, and clothes to Turkey has particularly increased in the mentioned period, he indicated.
The number of Iranian tourists traveling to Turkey has increased recently due to devaluation of the Turkish lira.