MNA – The value of Iran’s non-oil products exported to Indonesia in the first half of Iranian fiscal year (Mar. 21 – Sep. 22) has reached $328 million, increasing by 42 percent compared to the same period last year, said Iran’s Commercial Attache to Indonesia Anvar Kamari.
Also the weight of the non-oil exports to Indonesia has risen by 20 percent in the same period, he said, adding that plastic, chemical, petroleum, steel, and food products are among main Iran’s non-oil exports to the country.
Kamari went on to say that the value of Iran’s import from Indonesia in the same period has been $80 million which shows a positive $248 million trade balance for Iran.
Imports from Indonesia mainly include wood and paper pulp, inorganic chemicals, wood and wood products, food and beverage, and home appliances, he added.