Iran's turnover trade increased by 14.5 percent
Azerbaijan, Baku, July 3 /Trend/
The volume of Iran's turnover trade increased by 14.5 percent during first three months of the current solar year(started on March20,2011) , ISNA reported quoting Head of Iran's Customs Administration, Abbas Memarnejad as saying.
"The volume of Iran's trade with other countries increased by $2.997 billion during first three months of solar year compared to same period in previous year and reached to $23.730 billion," he said.
Iran's non-oil export including condensates during first three months of the current solar year increased by 43.91 percent and reached to $10 billion, while the weight of non-oil export increased by 15.53 percent to 18.490 million tons.
Iran imported 8.182 million tons valued $13 billion during the same period which indicate 26.01 percent increase of weight and 0.4 percent growth on value.
Iran's major exports during this period were liquid propane worth $576 million, liquid butane valued $368 million and other hydrocarbon gases worth $566 million.
China became major customer importing Iranian goods valued $1.345 billion while UAE, Iraq, India, and Singapore remain main customers of Iran as well.