Monday, October 11, 2004

Iran's Non-Oil Exports To Hit 10 Billion Dollars

Iran's Non-Oil Exports To Hit 10 Billion Dollars: "Iran's Non-Oil Exports To Hit 10 Billion Dollars
Iran's non-oil exports, including goods and services, will reach some 10 billion dollars by the end of the current Iranian calendar year of 1383 (March 20, 2005) while the value of imported commodities will hit 30 billion dollars, IRNA reporetd from Tehran.
The Persian language daily 'Hamshahri' on Saturday quoted Commerce Minister Mohammad Shariatmadari as saying that export of goods and services reached from some 2.8 billion dollars in the Iranian year of 1376 to 8.7 billion dollars in 1382.

Capital goods' share in the Iranian economy has been increased from some 32 percent in 1376 to some 43 percent in 1382.

Consuming goods' share was decreased from some 14.5 percent in 1376 to 12 percent in 1382. The decrease occurred despite removing all non-tariff obstacles and allowing import of all commodities into the country as well as an average 11 percent increase in export of goods from 1376 to 1382."

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