Iran's trade with China amounted to $1.734 billion in January this year, registering a sharp fall of 54.8% compared with last year's corresponding period.
Iran’s exports to China stood at 1.012 billion in the first month of 2019, witnessing a sharp decline of 51.9% from its previous $2.1 billion in January 2018.
The Islamic Republic’s imports from the East Asian country stood at $722 million in January, which also shows a 58.3% drop in comparison to its previous $1.73 billion during the same period in 2018.
Customs data show that the trades between the two countries stood at $3.83 billion in January 2018.
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