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Iranian exports to China increase by 23%

Bangladesh Beyond
  • Updated on Wednesday, August 24, 2022
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Iran-China trade increased 22% in the first 7 months of 2022, compared to the same period last year, and reached $10 billion.
According to IRNA, Chinese customs announced trade between Iran and China in the first 7 months of 2022 reached $9.670 billion.
The Iran-China exchanges between January and July 2022 grew 22% over the same period last year.
Exchanges between Iran and China from January to July 2021 amounted to $7 billion and $890 million.
Chinese imports from Iran in the first 7 months of 2022 reached $470 billion, up 23% over the same period last year.
During the months of January through July 2021, China had imported goods from Iran worth $3 billion and 630 million.
China’s exports to Iran in January to July 2022 also grew 22% over the same period last year to $5.2 billion.
China had exported $4 billion and $260 million worth of goods to Iran in the 7 months of the previous year.
One of Iran’s diplomatic priorities is to work with Mali in the fields of economy, defense and education, Iranian chief of diplomacy Hossein Amirabdollahian stressed while visiting Mali.
Iranian Foreign Minister, visiting Mali, held a joint press conference on Tuesday with Malian Foreign Minister Abdullah Diop.
At the conference, the Iranian chief of diplomacy said that Iran attaches particular importance to African countries and that President Raissi still insists on the priority given to Africa, particularly Mali.
Amirabdollahian stressed Iran’s focus on expanding relations with Mali, and mentioned the 24-hour efforts by Iranian and Malian expert groups to discuss various issues in order to reach the goal of achieving the goal of the country. an agreement, and added: Today we are at Mali with our colleagues, as well as Iran economic team, and we had good meetings with the statesmen of that country.
AmirAbdollahian said he was pleased with the visit to Mali, the first leg of his African tour, and said that the two countries have long-term financial relations and that Tehran is seriously considering developing relations with Bamako.
We have a clear roadmap for relations between the two countries, which makes our diplomatic responsibility more difficult, the Iranian minister said, adding “our colleagues in Tehran and Mali will contribute to improving these relations.” elations as soon as possible”
The Foreign Minister mentioned the good cooperation between the two countries in the field of fighting terrorism, and said that Mali had suffered from this problem, and that Iran had given many martyrs in the struggle against re terrorism and had one great experience in this regard.
AmirAbdollahian expressed Iran’s support for the Bamako government to achieve peace and independence.
Iranian diplomacy chief stressed the need for negotiation and dialogue instead of imposing sanctions, saying: We believe sanctions aggravate the problems of the Malian people, explaining that Iran is subject to sanctions unjust actions of the United States for years, and Experience has proven the failure of US sanctions.
The interference of some countries outside the region is the reason for the formation of some terrorist groups in West Asia and Africa, and we believe that the explicit use of terrorism must be abandoned and countries must t be allowed to operate independently, insisted the minister of Iran.
The two countries have agreed in the joint committee to cooperate in the fields of transport, railways, housing construction, culture, tourism, digital economy, economy, etc., said Amirabdollahian.


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