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    • During first seven months of the current year occurred:

      Value of Iran’s Mineral Exports Up 6%, Volume Fall 9%

      Tehran, Nov11, IMIDRO_ Export of Iran’s minerals and mining industry products up 6 percent in terms of value, amid 9 percent fall in terms of volume during the first seven months of the current fiscal year that started March 2018.

      According to the report of public relations of IMIDRO ,Iran exported 34.983 million tons of mineral products worth over $5.811 billion during the first seven months of the current fiscal year (March 21-October 22), indicating a 9 percent decrease and 6% growth in tonnage and value respectively compared with last year’s corresponding period.

      During the period under review, Iran exported steel chain and steel products worth $2.788 billion, copper chain and downstream products worth $492.309 million, cement worth $342.908 million, iron ore concentrate worth $257.573 million, stones worth$214.467 million, zinc chain worth $171,824 million, lead chain worth $82.281 million and DRI worth $81.687 million.

      Other exported mineral commodities during the seven-month period included $59.235 million of coal and coke, $32.634 million of chrome chain,$19.484 million of molybdenum,$7.121 million of pottery, brick, ceramic and tile and $195,000 of alumina powder.

      Precious minerals (gold, silver etc.) worth $79,000, nickel worth $16,000, titanium worth $191,000, mica worth $56,000, antimony worth $137,000, and “other minerals” worth $923,135 million completed the list of exported products during the seven-month period.

      Imports down 34%

      Imports during the same period stood at 2.317 million tons worth $2.12 billion, indicating a 34% and 27% fall in tonnage and value respectively year-on-year.

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