TEHRAN (ISNA)- Iran’s foreign trade totaled 65 billion dollars in the first eight months of Iranian calendar year, (started on March 21, 2014), according to a report released by the country’s Customs Organization.
The volume of Iran’s exports, including gas condensations, hit 31, 447 billion dollars during the same period.
Iran’s non-oil exports and imports rose respectively by 19.72 percent and 20.22 percent comparing to similar period last year.
Iran’s major non-oil exports include liquefied propane, methanol, Polyethylene grid film with customers from China, Iraq, the UAE, Afghanistan and India.
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