Iran Trade Statistics

Trade in Goods (Exports to Iran) - Bilateral Trade Figures: € Million - Source: Eurostat
 20062007200820092010201120122013
EU 2711290.010121.811338.610429.211312.210494.27358.85438.0
Germany4110.53595.83920.33782.53786.43082.22523.71849.0
France1896.11511.71810.21446.81786.9670.0803.2494.0
UK628.4579.4508.6414.9327.2203.5119.689.4
Italy1825.21856.32125.52013.32059.01863.31407.21055.2
US (€)65.199.1490.8195.6157.7180.0190.5227.1
US ($)85.9144.7683.2280.4211.4233.2251.1312.8
Sources: Eurostat, United States Census Bureau
Exchange rate $ to € correct for 31st December of the year in question (source: X-rates)
  • Between 2012 and 2013, total EU direct exports to Iran decreased from €7358.8million to €5348million, a fall of 26% [48% in the two years since 2011]
  • Germany's exports were higher than those of France, Italy and the UK, but fell by 27% between 2012 and 2013 [40% since 2011] Italy was the next highest exporter, experiencing a decline of 34% [43% since 2011]
  • Italy was the next highest exporter, experiencing a decline of 34% [43% since 2011]
  • French exports fell by 38% [70% since 2011]
  • UK exports fell by 25% [56% since 2011]
  • Between 2010 and 2013, US exports have been consistently increasing. Between 2012 and 2013, they increased by 25%, while in the two year period between 2011 and 2013 they increased by 34%.
Trade in Goods (Imports from Iran) - € Million - Source: Eurostat
 20062007200820092010201120122013
EU 2714374.014049.415936.09379.814526.217303.35650.1774.0
Germany360.7495.8529.5491.1853.7716.4313.1256.2
France2370.42450.22358.61000.4849.51747.1127.728.2
UK112.593.587.9232.6218.1420.0136.932.5
Italy3894.94158.13920.41968.44745.05327.22239.5137.4
US (€)119.1118.674.845.170.50.81.61.5
US ($)157.2173.1104.164.694.51.02.12.1
Sources: Eurostat, United States Census Bureau
Exchange rate $ to € correct for 31st December of the year in question (source: X-rates)
  • Total imports to the EU from Iran fell by 86% between 2012 and 2013.
  • In 2011, Italy was the highest importer. However between 2012 and 2013 its total imports fell by 94%, leaving Germany as the highest importer in 2013.