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Think Tank Scrutinizes Iran Export Policies Over Fiscal 2001-19

The already skewed pattern of Iran’s export markets has only become more disproportionate over these years; in other words, the country has very few trading partners with whom it conducts a large volume of trade
Think Tank Scrutinizes Iran Export Policies Over Fiscal 2001-19Think Tank Scrutinizes Iran Export Policies Over Fiscal 2001-19

Iran’s non-oil exports increased from $4.2 billion to $46.8 billion over 17 years between the fiscal 2001-02 and fiscal 2018-19, registering an average annual growth of 16.23% or a 10.6-fold increase. 
According to a report by the research arm of the Iranian Parliament, Majlis Research Center, exports increased 13.9% in terms of weight annually over the years under review, registering a 7.28-fold increase. 
The country exported to 170 countries in the fiscal 2008-09, which is the highest number of export markets the country had over the period, while it exported non-oil goods to 140 countries in the fiscal 2014-15—the fewest over these years. 

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