TEHRAN - Iran exported $15.7 billion worth of non-oil goods and $2.3 billion worth of technical and engineering services during the first five months of the current Iranian calendar year, which began on March 20, the Customs Administration head announced on Wednesday.
Abbas Memarnejad told the ISNA news agency that some 4.5 million tons of goods were also transited via Iran during the same period of time, showing a 28 percent rise year on year.
On August 27, Memarnejad said that Iran imported some 15.7 million tons of non-oil goods, worth around $21.9 billion in the five months of the current year.
The official added that in the past calendar year export and import of non-oil goods amounted to $43.7 billion and $61.8 billion respectively.
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