TEHRAN, Dec. 30 (Shana) — Iran has exported 32.3 billion dollars of non-oil items during the first 9 months of the current Iranian calendar year which began on March 21, up 11.16% year-on-year, customs data suggest.
The Islamic Republic of Iran Customs Administration announced that the value of the country’s exports was $1.8bn more than its imports.
During the same period, the country imported $30.16bn worth of goods, down 22.34% from a year ago.
The exported items included oil gases, gas hydrocarbons, liquefied propane and bitumen to countries like China, Iraq, UAE, India and Afghanistan.
Furthermore, the country’s imports included animal feed (3.5%), wheat (2.9%), soy beans (1.94%), and oilcake (1.73%) from China, UAE, Turkey, and Switzerland.