Iran exported 49,578 tons of non-oil commodities worth $12.77 million to Nepal in the last fiscal year (ended March 20, 2019) to register a 2,236.25% and 3,114.84% hike in tonnage and value respectively compared with the year before, the latest data released by the Islamic Republic of Iran Customs Administration show.
Iran exported urea, bitumen, float glass and plaster to Nepal during the 12-month period, but no imports were made from Nepal to Iran during the period.
Iran’s Acting Industry, Mining, and Trade Minister Hossein Modares Khiabani said the ministry has it on the agenda to export $41 billion worth of non-oil commodities in the current Iranian calendar year (March 2020-March 2021).
Making Iran’s Shahr-e Aftab International Exhibition Center a free trade zone (FTZ) is on the agenda, the center’s managing director announced.
The head of Iran’s Trade Promotion Organization (TPO) says the country is capable of doubling non-oil exports to its neighbors in two years.
Slab export prices in Brazil increased in the week to Friday May 29, with multiple deals and negotiations taking place in Asia.
South Korea will send to Iran $500,000 worth of medicine this week, the foreign ministry in Seoul said, in the first such humanitarian exports to the country since the United States tightened anti-Tehran sanctions last year.
Export volume of non-oil commodities in the last Iranian calendar year [ended March 19] stood at 133.9 million tons, showing a 13.5% surge as compared to the previous year, head of Iran’s Mine House Mohammad Reza Bahraman said on Wednesday.