Anvar Kamari, the Iranian Commercial Attaché in Indonesia said that Iran’s non-oil export to Indonesia has increased 86% by value and 52% in weight.
“In the first quarter of the current Iranian calendar year of 1397, Iran’s non-oil export to Indonesia has increased 86% by value and 52% in weight comparing to the corresponding period in the last year,” Anvar Kamari, the Iranian Commercial Attaché in Indonesia told the IRNA (the state-owned news agency of Iran) correspondent in Jakarta on Wednesday.
The Iranian official made the remark quoting statistics rolled out by the Islamic Republic of Iran Customs Administration (IRICA).
“According to statistics, while Iran had exported $134 million worth of goods to Indonesia in the first quarter of the last year the number reached $250 million worth of goods in the corresponding period in the current year,” he recounted.
“The statistics show that I most goods categories we are witnessing growth in export of goods including in base metals, chemical industries, mineral products, textile products, food products and plastic,” said the official.