IRNA – Iran exports to Indonesia experienced 52% growth during the 9 months of the current Iranian calendar year (started on March 2018), Iran commercial attaché to Jakarta said.
According to Trade Promotion Organization of Iran website, Anvar Kamari said the figure which was $590m had 20% rise as compared with the same period last year.
Steel exports worth $389m were on top which had 112% growth compared with the same period last year, he noted.
Chemicals with $20m and plastic products with $7m ranked second and third as regard exports, Kamari said.
Kamari earlier described transportation problems as the main road-block for exports to Indonesia.