The southern province of Bushehr exported 2.049 billion dollars worth of non-oil Commodities during the first quarter of the current calendar year which started on March 21.
The exports, which involved 3.079 million tons of products, show a 10 percent rise from a year ago, Bushehr customs chief officer Ahmad Pour-Heydar said.
The products were mainly exported to the United Arab Emirates, India, China and Qatar, he said.
The Commodities included petrochemicals, chemicals, fishes, agricultural produce and cement.
During the same period, Pour-Heydar said, more than 412,000 tons of commodities worth 2.179 billion dollars were imported through Bushehr, showing 282 percent rise in value compared with the preceding year.
The imported products – cement, vehicles, audiovisual kits, banana and rice – mainly came from South Korea, UAE, China and India.