Iran ups non-oil exports to Kenya by 58 percent

IRNA – Director General for Arab-African Bureau of Trade Promotion Organization Farzad Peeltan announced on Wednesday that Iran’s exports to Kenya has increased by 58 percent in the first four months of the current Iranian year (1396) as compared with last year’s.

He said that the figure was compared with the same period of preceding year which was $20 million. This is while the figure hit $32 million dollars this year.

Peeltan said the main exporting items to Kenya were liquefied Bhutan, cookery pastes, cement, cookies, chocolate, fruits, soft drinks, biscuit, Vaseline and wax.