Iran’s Non-Oil Exports Rise by 136%

Iran’s non-petroleum exports have registered a considerable rise in 2019 over the previous year.

A senior industry official says some $12.697 billion worth of non-oil commodities were exported through the customs of the southern Hormozgan province in the five months to August 2019, showing a 136% growth year on year.

“The goods mainly included iron ore, polythene and tar oil as well as mineral and chemical fertilizers, which were exported to China, the United Arab Emirates, Thailand, India, Oman and Ghana,” said Khalil Qassemi, the head of the Industry, Mines and Trade Organization of Hormozgan province.

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