Iran’s Minister of Industry, Mines and Trade Mehdi Ghazanfari said on Friday that the country’s export of non-oil products has reached nearly $25 billion annually. The ministry’s statistics show an average of 17% annual growth in non-oil exports in the past six years (Ahmadinejad’s administration). The volume of non-oil exports has hit $30 billion a year.
China, Iraq, the UAE, and India are the top four destinations for Iranian exports; while UAE, Germany, China, Turkey, South Korea, and Switzerland are the biggest importers to Iran.
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