Iran’s foreign trade totaled $63 billion over first 9 months of Iranian calendar year (started on March 20), Iran’s Customs said in a report.
Iran’s non-oil exports rose by 9.5 percent during the 9 months comparing to similar period last year, reaching $31.593 billion this year.
Iran’s non-oil exports hit $28.970 billion over 9 months of the past Iranian year.
According to the report, Iran’s trade balance has been positive in the first 9 months of the Iranian calendar year.
Iran’s main exported products included gas condensates with $5.124 billion, liquefied natural gases with $1.952 billion, light oils and products, except petrol with $1.230 billion, oil gases and liquefied gas hydrocarbons with $1.067 billion and liquefied propane with $868 million.
China has been Iran’s largest client with its share hit $5.697 billion in the 9 months. The UAE with $5.050 billion, Iraq with $4.573 billion, Turkey with $2.719 billion and South Korea with 2.333 billion were other customers.