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Iran Trade Volume Reaches $150 bln.

According to figures released by Iran's Customs Administration, the Islamic Republic of Iran exported about 7.4 billion dollars of non-oil items, excluding gas condensates during the first quarter of the year (March 21-June 21).

The Director of the Islamic Republic of Iran's Customs Administration, Abbas Memarnejad said that the volume of Iran's trade turnover, including non-oil products, import, and transit of commodities, will rise to $150 billion by the end of the Iranian calendar year.

Iran's exports experienced a 45-percent jump in the first quarter of the current Iranian calendar year in comparison with the same period last year, he said.

Iran's exports included minerals, fuels, chemical products, plastics, fruits, nuts and fertilizers and the most prominent destinations were Singapore, South Korea, Turkey, Indonesia and Japan.

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Date:Jul 20, 2011
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