At the auction, fuel and energy products were sold to the foreign and domestic markets of the country

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

 Representatives of business circles from the UK, Kazakhstan, Afghanistan, Georgia and Uzbekistan purchased lighting kerosene, polypropylene and base oil produced at the technological units of the SC “Turkmennebit” for foreign currency.

 Also, plain-dyed and jacquard terry products, bedding sets, denim and flannel, cotton yarn were sold for foreign currency.  Buying countries: China, United Arab Emirates, Turkey, Azerbaijan, Kyrgyzstan.

 The total amount of transactions amounted to more than 26 million 144 thousand US dollars.

 For the domestic market, local entrepreneurs purchased oil road bitumen and polypropylene (SC “Turkmennebit”), as well as handmade carpets for a total amount of over 31 million 839 thousand manats.

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