TEHRAN, Jan. 07 (MNA) – Iran and Turkey traded $4.93 billion worth of goods from the beginning of 2022 to the end of November to register a 16.24% year-on-year rise, latest data released by the Turkish Statistical Institute show.


Iran’s exports stood at $2.71 billion, up 22.3% while imports grew by 9.58% to $2.21 billion.

Bilateral trade stood at $437.93 million in November, down 14.38%, with Turkish exports at $225.59 million, up 3.08%, and Iranian exports at $212.33 million, registering a 27.44% fall, Finacial Tribune reported.