Iran’s treasury sees 580 percent increase in March-July oil and condensates

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Iran’s income from oil and condensates exports is 580 percent higher in the first four months of the Iranian year (March 21 to July 21) compared with the same period a year ago, Iran’s economy minister said on Tuesday during his weekly press conference.

“Due to the increase in oil exports and our new budget’s currency conversion rate, we saw a 580 percent increase in the treasury’s income from the export of oil and condensate in the first four months of this year,” Ehsan Khandouzi said.

Oil prices have nearly doubled from a year ago because of the war in Ukraine and the global post-pandemic economic recovery.

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The Iranian government says it has found ways to repatriate funds to its treasury from earlier energy exports and says it has increased oil exports despite US sanctions re-imposed in 2018 after former US President Donald Trump withdrew from an agreement to restrain Iran’s nuclear program.

Talks to revive the 2015 accord, and allow US sanctions to be removed, have been on hold since March, chiefly over Tehran’s insistence that Washington remove the Islamic Revolutionary Guard Corps from the US list of designated terrorist organizations.

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