TEHRAN (Dispatches) - Iran’s non-oil goods exports in the first eleven months of the current Iranian year (March 21, 2017 to Feb. 22, 2018) have surpassed $41 billion.
"Iran’s non-oil exports stood at a considerable five percent growth as compared to last year’s corresponding period," the latest report released by Iran's Customs Administration (IRICA) said.
IRICA put the total non-oil exports value at $41.69 billion, showing a significant 4.96 percent growth as compared to the same period last year.
Meanwhile, Iran's export of non-oil products to China since the beginning of the current Iranian fiscal year up to February 22, 2018 increased 11.29 percent as compared to last year's corresponding period, IRICA reported.
Iran's major export products during the period included gas condensates valued at $6.33 billion, liquefied natural gas valued at $2.509 billion, liquefied propane valued at $1.338 billion, methanol valued at $1.077 billion and light oils and byproducts except gasoline valued at $1.067 billion, it added.