Trades at Turkmen Exchange For September Second Week: $90 Million

Trades at Turkmen Exchange For September Second Week: $90 Million
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The total amount of transactions concluded in foreign currency at the auctions of the State Commodity and Raw Materials Exchange of Turkmenistan (SCRMET) over the past week amounted to over $90 million, the country’s official media reported on Monday.

Businesses from the UAE Singapore, Uzbekistan, Kyrgyz Republic, Turkey, Azerbaijan, Afghanistan and Switzerland purchased aviation kerosene, hydrotreated diesel fuel, low-sulfur fuel oil, polypropylene and liquefied gas of Türkmennebit (Turkmen Oil) State Concern. Different textile products were also sold for foreign currency.

For the domestic market, Turkmen businesses purchased polypropylene and technical iodine worth more than 171.85 million manats.

Chinese, Arab, Turkish, and Kyrgyz businesses purchased sets of bedding, textile and terry products, cotton fabric and yarn, bleached cotton, and regenerated textile fibers.

Last week, 43 deals were registered at the SCRMET trades.