Iran’s 1-Year Non-Oil Exports at $44bln

TEHRAN (FNA)- The value of Iran‘s non-oil exports hit $44 billion during the last Iranian year (ended March 20), a senior trade official announced.

The volume of non-oil exports reached $44 billion last year, Deputy Head of Trade Promotion Organization of Iran Mohammad Reza Modoudi said on Wednesday night.

“This volume indicates a four-percent growth as compared to that of the previous year and is 16 percent more than what had been scheduled,” Modoudi added.

China marked the largest buyer of Iranian products by purchasing goods worth of 7.298 billion dollars in the past eleven months.

UAE, Iraq, Turkey and South Korea followed China in terms of Iranian imports while China, UAE, South Korea and Turkey are also major importers to Iran.

 

 

 

 

Source: Fars News Agency