Iran’s total foreign trade in this period amounted to around $88 billion, indicating more than $3.6 billion increase in the country’s foreign trade volume.
Iranian merchants have also done 4.34 percent more business with other countries, compared to the previous period.
Iran’s total non-oil trade in the past 12 months amounted to near $44 billion, indicating a 3.54 percent increase compared to the corresponding period of last year. Iran’s import also rose to more than $43.6 billion.
The main customers of Iranian goods in the mentioned period included China with $8.37 billion, UAE with $7.43 billion, Iraq with $6.11 billion, Turkey with $3.24 billion, and South Korea with $2.87 billion worth of Iranian goods.
Major exporters to Iran in this period included China with $10.75 billion, UAE with $6.4 billion, South Korea with $3.46 billion, Turkey with $2.73 billion, and Germany with $2.53 billion.