A member of Majlis Commission on Economy says Iran in its international economic relations should not be negligent of potentials of neighboring states
the latest statistics released by Iran Customs Administration show that Iran’s exports to Syria have been around $73m in the first seven months of the current year
The establishment of an Iranian trade center in Damascus is a step toward achieving an annual target of exporting non-oil goods worth $1 to Syria.
Export of products by Small- and Medium-Sized Industries (SMEs) registered a 17 percent growth in the first half of the current Iranian calendar year.
Farzad Piltan, the director-general of Iran's Trade Promotion Organization (TPO)'s Office of Arabian and African Countries, says Iran exported construction materials worth $2m to African states.
Iran has exported different types of apparel worth over $35m to 29 countries in the first five months of the current year.
Iran's exports of goods, excluding crude oil, reached nearly $11 billion in terms of value in five months ending late July.
Iranian Deputy Foreign Minister for Economic Diplomacy Affairs said that 47 percent of Iranian products are exported to neighbor countries.
Spokesman to Iran Customs Administration Seyed Ruhollah Latifi says the country has exported dairy products worth over $153m to different countries in the first four months.
China, Iraq, the UAE, Afghanistan and Turkey have been the five top destinations for Iran’s exports in the first four months of the current year while China, the UAE, India and Germany have been the major exporters to Iran in the same period.