Iran's Non-Oil Exports Rise by 21% in 4 Months
TEHRAN (Tasnim) – The value of Iran’s non-oil exports during the first fourth months of the current Iranian year, which started on March 21, has witnessed a 21 percent increase compared to last year, the head of Trade Promotion Organization of Iran announced on Sunday.
The value of Iran’s non-oil exports, including condensate, during the first four months of this year, has reached $16.1 billion, compared to the same period last year, which shows a growth of 21 percent, Valiollah Afkhami stated.
He also said that the volume of the non-oil exports during the period has increased by 13 percent.
China, Iraq, the United Arabic Emirates were among the top importers of the Iranian non-oil products during the four months, Afkhami stated.
The countries imported $3 billion, $1.850 billion and $1.235 billion worth of goods from Iran respectively, he added.
According to the latest report published by Iran's Customs Office, the total value of the country’s non-oil exports and imports during the period has increased by $5.274bln, reaching $24.245bln.