Customs Administration Head: Iran ups volume of exports and imports
Azerbaijan, Baku, Nov. 7 / Trend A.Yusifzade /
Export of Iran's non-oil sector increased by 31 percent up to $14.646 billion during seven months of 2010 of this year, Iranian Customs Administration Head Ardeshir Mohammadi said.
In this period, the petrochemical products exports increased by 50 percent up to $5.646 billion.
Iran imported 26.968 million tons of goods worth $34.486 billion. The figures increased by 61 percent per volume of imports and 23.4 percent per cost of the imports.
"The country's trade turnover increased by $10 billion to $52 billion in the seven months of this year compared to the same period last year," Mohammadi said.
In this period, Iran mainly exported goods to Afghanistan, India, UAE, Iraq and China, and imported from South Korea, Turkey, Germany, China and the United Arab Emirates.
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