Germany tops Iran's trade partners in Europe
Tehran, Iran, Oct.31
Iran's non-oil exports in the seven months of the current year exceeded $27 billion, reaching $ 27.22 billion, Foroud Asgari, Head of the Islamic Republic of Iran Customs Administration (IRICA) said according to ILNA.
"At the same time, the definitive amount of goods imported to Iran was about 18 million tons worth $26 billion,” he said.
“Iran's major export items during this period were gas condensate valued at $2.718 billion, liquefied propane worth $1.224 billion, other light oils and products except gasoline worth $980, methanol worth $849 million and Polyethylene film grade was worth $691 million,” Asgari said.
According to Iran's Customs Administration, the Major import items during this period included livestock corn, car parts, soybeans, and a coal-fired electrodes for furnaces.
“During this period, the main export destinations of Iran is Iraq, China, the United Arab Emirates, Afghanistan, and India respectively,” he said.
This data shows Iran's main import partners in recent 7 months, sorted by their share in total imports are China, the United Arab, South Korea, India, and Germany.