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Customs report of 40 statistical indicators of the country’s foreign trade in 1402

Customs report of 40 statistical indicators of the country’s foreign trade in 1402

According to the Public Relations of Iran Customs, Mohammad Rezvani Far, Deputy Minister of Economy and Director General of Iran Customs, pointed out the importance of this report and announced: It is the first time that such a report considering 40 important and influential indicators of the country’s foreign trade situation in one year. The past is presented so that economic experts, critics, analysts, business and trade activists, decision-makers and decision-makers can analyze issues related to foreign trade in a transparent and clear environment.

Therefore, the report, the trend of the country’s commercial exchanges, the import of new passenger cars, tractors, gold bars, mobile phones, petrochemical products, major items of imported and exported goods and basic goods, the major countries of export destinations and import trading partners, the country’s trade balance without oil and with Including oil, carpet export and foreign transit is one of the most important issues that have been briefly discussed in the 40 summary points and in the report of the Deputy Minister of Economy and the Director General of Iranian Customs.

Mohammad Rizwanifar stated the important statistical indicators of the country’s foreign trade last year in 40 points.

Note 1) The export of 12 months of 1402, excluding the export of electricity, oil, technical engineering services and luggage trade, was 49.4 billion dollars; which has decreased by 8.9% compared to the previous year.

Note 2) Oil exports in the 12 months of 1402 amounted to 35.9 billion dollars, which was an increase of 8.6% compared to 1401.

Note 3) Exports of technical engineering services reached 1.3 billion dollars in 1402. which has not changed compared to 1401. (This statistic includes technical engineering services with contracts).

Note 4) Exports from the luggage trade reached 300 million dollars; which has increased by 90% compared to the previous year. (It should be noted that in addition to trade exchanges with CIS member countries through the customs of Astara, Bajgiran, Poldasht, Dogharon, Sarkhes, Saro, Lotfabad and Nordoz, they are active in this procedure).

Note 5) The total export of the country, including oil, electricity, luggage trade, was 86.9 billion dollars.

Note 6) The country’s total import (excluding standard gold bullion) was 64.3 billion dollars, which is a 6.7% growth compared to the previous year.

Note 7) In the 12 months of 1402, more than 30 tons of standard gold bars worth 1.9 billion dollars have entered the country. Regarding including it among the country’s imports, it should be kept in mind that practically the funds from exports have returned to the country through the import of standard gold bars (3% of the country’s total imports).

Note 8) The total import of the country, including all items plus standard gold bars, has reached 66.3 billion dollars.

Note 9) In the 12 months of 1402, including the export of crude oil, engineering and electrical services, we see a foreign trade surplus of over 20.6 billion dollars.

Note 10) In the 12 months of 1402, excluding crude oil, technical and engineering services and electricity, we had a foreign trade deficit of about 16.8 billion dollars.

Note 11) The volume of the country’s foreign trade in 1402 (total import and export of all items) has reached 153 billion dollars, which has grown by 2.6% compared to 1401.

Note 12) The weight of exports (without crude oil) reached about 136.4 million tons, which has increased by 9.8% compared to 1401.

Note 13) The export of petrochemical products in 1402 amounted to 48.8 million tons with a value of 19.4 billion dollars, which witnessed a 28.6% decrease in value, which was caused by the decrease in the average price of petrochemical export items from 496 dollars in 1401. It was 398 dollars in 1402.

Note 14) The average price of petrochemical export items in 1402 was about 398 dollars, which compared to the figure of 496 dollars in 1401, the average price of 98 dollars decreased by about 20%. The export value of petrochemical items increased to 24 billion dollars instead of 19 billion dollars.

Note 15) Among the 10 items of export goods, the highest value growth was for petroleum gases (63%), iron ore (62.5%) and bitumen (22%).

Note 16) Among the 10 major items of export goods, the biggest decrease in value was for liquefied natural gas (59%), liquefied propane (19%) and liquefied butane (6%).

Note 17) The average value of each ton of exported goods was 362 dollars, which decreased by 17% compared to 1401.

Note 18) The weight of imports with about 39 million tons has witnessed an increase of 4.4% compared to 1401.

Note 19) The highest increase in terms of value in imported goods respectively belongs to standard gold bullion (of course, taking into account point 7), tractors with a 93% growth and separate parts for the production of passenger cars with a growth of 78%. (in tariff code 98870312)

Note 20) Among the 10 items of imported goods, the largest decrease in terms of value was wheat by 50.4%, rice by 42.6%, and soybeans by 24.3% compared to 1401.

Note 21) Basic items including corn, soybeans, rice, sunflower seed oil, soybean meal and wheat included in the list of the first 10 items of imported goods are 48.6% in terms of weight and 15.4% in terms of value of the country’s total imports. Is.

Note 22) The amount of import of 25 basic goods in 12 months of 1402 amounted to 24.7 million tons and was worth 19.5 billion dollars. which accounted for 63.4% of the weight and 29.4% of the total import value.

Note 23) Among the basic imported items, if we only include food items, the interesting numbers are 23.5 million tons (60% of the country’s total imports in terms of weight) worth 14.3 billion dollars (22% of the country’s total imports in terms of value). drawing

Note 24) The average customs value of each ton of imported goods was 1697 dollars, which is an increase compared to 1614 dollars in 1401.

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