Iran’s non-oil exports exceeds $ 28b
The Minister of Industry, Mines, and Trade has said Iran has exported $ 27.9b in non-oil goods in last eleven months.
In the same period, Iran exported 71.4 million ton non-oil goods, which, excluding liquefied gas, worth of $ 27.978b.
Iran also imported $ 42.8b in the same period, which showed a 12-per cent rise compared to that in 2012. In terms of weight, imported goods were 29.2 million ton.
The ministry’s official website report announced that China, Iraq, UAE, India, Afghanistan, Turkey, Turkmenistan, Pakistan, Egypt, and Republic of Azerbaijan were destinations for Iranian goods.
China, UAE, India, South Korea, Turkey, Switzerland, Germany, the Netherlands, Great Britain, and Italy imported goods to Iran.