Iran plans 65 percent increase in non-oil exports
Azerbaijan, Baku, March 6 / Trend M. Moezzi
The head of the Iranian High Council for Non-Petroleum Exports said non-petroleum goods exports will reach $75 billion next year, the Mehr news agency reports.
Non-petroleum exports for this year were projected to total $45 billion. They have reached $44 billion in the first 11 months of the Iranian year over (Iran's solar year ends on March 20), Einollah
Ghiasvand said. The plan to expand non-petroleum exports to $75 billion is a huge jump, he added.
Fluctuations on Iran's foreign currency markets, a lack of liquidity and delays in paying bonuses to exemplary exporters are some problems affecting exports.