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OIC Accounts for Over One-Third of Iran’s Non-Oil Foreign Trade

Iran exported $24.78 billion of non-oil goods to OIC member states last year, registering an increase of 5.93%, while imports stood at $12.96 billion, up by 27.47% compared to the year before
OIC Accounts for Over One-Third of Iran’s Non-Oil Foreign TradeOIC Accounts for Over One-Third of Iran’s Non-Oil Foreign Trade
The UAE was Iran’s biggest trading partner among OIC member states last year

Iran’s total non-oil trade with member states of the Organization of Islamic Cooperation in the last Iranian year (ended March 20, 2018) witnessed a 6.84% and 12.46% rise in tonnage and value respectively compared to the year before to stand at 75.35 million tons worth $37.75 billion.
Financial Tribune’s analysis culled the data from the Islamic Republic of Iran Customs Administration's report.
Iran exchanged $101.23 billion worth of non-oil goods with other countries in the fiscal March 2017-18, up 15.5% compared with the year before, IRICA's website reported. 

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