The last week of February and winter have been closed at the State Commodity and Raw Materials Exchange of Turkmenistan (SCRMET) with a total of 17.2 million US dollars of export transactions.
Of these, more than 15 million US dollars has the United Arab Emirates, which purchased aviation kerosene and A-95 gasoline. Traders from Afghanistan contracted for liquefied gas.
By the next trading session, on March 1, the Exchange offers for sale abroad in foreign currency the products of chemical enterprises of Turkmenistan – sodium sulfate, bischofite, sulfuric acid, oxygumate, carbon black, carbamide, as well as edible salt and iodized table salt.
The petrochemical group includes various brands of motor gasoline, aviation kerosene, diesel fuel, liquefied gas, petroleum coke, bitumen, polypropylene film, high density polyethylene.
The group of building materials consisted of colorless sheet glass. The textile industry represented by cotton yarn, multi-layer face masks, terry towels, flannel and denim.
In addition, licorice roots and finished preparations from this medicinal plant (syrup, capsules) and other products produced by the enterprises of the Ministry of Health and Medical Industry are declared for export.