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Iranian car parts imports drop to $254 million, Shargh reports

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Bloomberg: Iran’s imports of automobile parts decreased by 47.8 percent to $254 million in the first two months of the current Iranian year compared with the same period last year, Shargh reported. Bloomberg

By Yeganeh Salehi

Iran’s imports of automobile parts decreased by 47.8 percent to $254 million in the first two months of the current Iranian year compared with the same period last year, Shargh reported, citing figures from the country’s customs authorities.

Iran imported more than 21,100 tons of car parts in the two months starting on March 20, the Tehran-based newspaper said without giving a reason for the decline.

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