TEHRAN, Young Journalists Club (YJC) - Iran-China annual urgent assembly is to be held on October 22 in Tehran.
Late July, Tehran's Ambassador to Beijing Ali Asqar Khaji announced that Iran's exports to China has increased considerably in the first half of 2017 compared to the same period last year.
"The volume of Iran's exports to China has increased considerably in terms of weight in the first six months of 2017," Khaji told reporters.
Noting that China is the largest importer of Iran's non-oil products, he said the volume of the country's non-oil exports to China has shown considerable rise as compared to the previous year.
Iran exports around 40 percent of its petrochemical products and 60-70 percent of the country’s polymer materials to China.