Last week, 34 transactions were registered at the State Commodity and Raw Materials Exchange of Turkmenistan.
For foreign currency, entrepreneurs from Russia, Great Britain, Germany, the United Arab Emirates, Switzerland, Turkey, Singapore, Estonia, and Kazakhstan purchased polypropylene, aviation kerosene, and total petroleum coke produced at the Turkmenbashi complex of oil refineries.
Businessmen from the United Arab Emirates purchased M-100 fuel oil produced at the Seydi oil refinery, and representatives of the business community of the Russian Federation and Uzbekistan purchased high-density polyethylene produced by the polymer plant in Kiyanly.
Also for foreign currency were sold colorless float glass, Portland cement, cotton yarn, purified cotton spinning waste. Buyer countries: USA, UAE, Turkey, Uzbekistan, Afghanistan.
The total amount of transactions exceeded 35 million 577 thousand US dollars.
For manat funds, Scotland purchased cotton yarn worth over 2,720,000 manat.
Domestic businessmen purchased cotton fiber, ulyuk fiber and cotton lint for the total amount of more than 2 million 815,000 manat to the domestic market.