Iran’s non-oil exports totaled $35.270 billion over the first ten months of Iranian calendar year (started on March 20, 2016), rising by 8.37 percent comparing to similar period last year.
Iran’s trade balance hit +$288 million during the above-mentioned period of time.
Iran’s foreign trade in terms of value hit $70.252 billion over the 10 months of Iranian calendar year, rising by 5.8 percent comparing to similar period last year.
Iranian traders business with other countries grew up by $3.814 billion comparing to similar period last year.
The issue shows that Iranian foreign trading increased by $66.438 billion over the said period.
Iran’s condensates exports hit $6.26 billion over the first 10 months of Iranian calendar year, comprising 17.8 percent of Iranian non-oil exports.
LNG with $1.952 billion, light oils and products except petrol with $1.345 billion, oil gases with $1.068 billion and liquefied propane with $990 million value were respectively other Iranian exported goods.
China’s non-oil imports from Iran hit $6.543 billion, Iraq’s share reached $5.039 billion, Turkey $2.817 billion and South Korea $2.567 billion during the period.
Iranian foreign trading value totaled $66.438 over the first ten months last Iranian calendar year.