The State Commodity and Raw Materials Exchange of Turkmenistan (SCRMET) during Tuesday trades registered deals for the purchase of A-92 gasoline and aviation kerosene for the total of $26.8 million.
An Afghan business bought 1,500 tons of Jet A-1 aviation fuel worth $1.2 million. The ton of the fuel costed $826.7 thousand, according to the SCRMET.
In addition, businesses from Afghanistan, the UAE and Uzbekistan purchased 33.5 thousand tons of A-92 gasoline at a price of $765.75 per ton. The total sum of the deals amounted to more than $26 million.
For the domestic market, Turkmen businesses bought 13 thousand tons of road bitumen BND 60/90. The total value of transactions equaled to 32.5 million manats.
Moreover, local businesses bought hand-woven Turkmen carpets worth more than 495.9 thousand manats.
Last week, the volume of trades in foreign currency at the State Commodity Exchange of Turkmenistan amounted to $4.7 million.