India's scheduled crude oil loadings from Iran, excluding condensate, an ultra-light oil, were about 550,000 bpd last month — up 78 percent from the previous month and the highest since March, according to a source with knowledge of the country's tanker loading schedule.
Imports of items and equipment needed for pipeline construction have been dramatically facilitated following the implementation of the Joint Comprehensive Plan of Action (JCPOA), in January 2016, said a director of the Iranian Oil Pipeline and Telecommunications Company (IOPTC).
Bangladesh's imports surged 11.83 percent to some $41 billion in the first 11 months of the just concluded 2016-17 fiscal year (July 2016-June 2017) on increased importation of staple food, officials said.
German exports rose to a new record high in March but were outpaced by imports to slightly narrow the trade surplus, while factory production dropped slightly, according to two reports from Europe’s largest economy.
Imports of crude oil by Iran's four major buyers in Asia in October more than doubled from a year ago as the producer continued to recoup market share lost under sanctions, pushed higher as the two biggest buyers India and China each took in nearly 800,0000 barrels per day.