Fuel and energy complex products and textiles - in the lead at exchange trading


33 transactions were registered at the auctions of the State Commodity and Raw Materials Exchange of Turkmenistan last week.

Entrepreneurs from Russia, Great Britain and Afghanistan bought polypropylene, high density polyethylene and ECO-93 gasoline (SC "Turkmengas") for foreign currency.  Dyed terry products and cotton yarn became the subjects of transactions for representatives of business circles from the Russian Federation, Turkey, Azerbaijan and Kyrgyzstan.

The total amount of transactions exceeded $11 million 506 thousand US dollars.

For manat funds, businessmen from Great Britain, the United Arab Emirates, Turkey, Armenia and Kazakhstan purchased cotton yarn for a total amount of more than 3 million 146 thousand manats.

Domestic entrepreneurs purchased high-density polyethylene (SC "Turkmengas"), hand-made carpets and cotton fiber for the domestic market for a total of over 70 million 250 thousand manats.

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