Tehran, Oct 28, IRNA – Based on latest statistics of the Customs Administration’s Public Relations Department, value of Iran’s foreign trade reached $57.214 billion in the first seven months of the year.
The figures show that export of non-oil commodities increased by 19.9 percent, while imports rose by 24.72 percent.
The report said the non-oil exports included liquefied propane, methanol, and polyethylene and the major customers for the goods were China, Iraq, the UAE, Afghanistan and India.
Meanwhile, the imported goods included wheat, vehicles, rice, soya, and maize. The goods were imported mainly from the UAE, China, South Korea, India and Turkey.
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