Iran under full sanction has increased its foreign trade to top $65 billion USD
New figures released by Iranian customs officials show that the country’s foreign trade volume has exceeded USD65 billion despite the illegal US-engineered sanctions.
According to the latest report issued by the Islamic Republic of Iran Customs Administration, total volume of Iran’s foreign trade during the first eight months of the current Iranian calendar year (started March 20, 2012), has hit USD65.326 billion.
The report added that, Iran’s non-oil exports amounted to 51.806 million tons, valued at USD27.961 billion. Meanwhile, imports totaled 27.179 million tons, worth USD37.365 billion.
Iraq, China and the United Arab Emirates were the main importers of Iranian goods, respectively accounting for USD4.66 billion, USD3.433 billion and USD3.194 billion of total value of exports.