Iran exports

Iran offers Qatar use 3 key Persian Gulf ports

Iran has offered to allow Qatar use its southern ports to carry on its vital import activities after the emirate’s Arab neighbors united to isolate it.


China, Iran’s biggest exporter after bans lifted

Official figures show Iran’s imports from China saw a major rise over the past four years in what is seen as a result of the removal of sanctions against the country and the subsequent return of global shipping lines to its ports.


EU: Iran exports to Europe rise by 300%

Iran’s exports to the European Union have increased by over 300 percent after the implementation of the historic 2015 nuclear agreement between Iran and the P5+1 group of countries, European Climate Action and Energy Commissioner Miguel Arias Canete says.


Iran’s non-oil exports tops $35bln in 10 months

Iran’s non-oil exports have reached over $35 billion over the first ten months of the current Iranian year, which started on March 20, 2016, latest official data released by the country’s Customs Office shows.


Italy largest EU importer of Iranian goods

Statistics released by Iran Customs Administration reveals that Italy is the largest European importer of Iranian products in the first nine month of the current year (began March 21, 2016).


Iran non-oil exports hit $28b in eight months

Iran exported goods and gas condensates worth $28.17 billion in the eight months to November 20, said the head of Irans Trade Promotion Organization.


Oman becoming Iran’s top trade partner

The latest official figures show that Iran’s exports to Oman increased by about 400 percent after the removal of sanctions in January in what could be a strong indication that the Sultanate is already replacing the UAE as Iran’s the most important regional trade partner.


Iran’s exports of medicinal herbs at $300mn

Iran says it has exported above $300 million worth of medicinal herbs since January.

Agriculture and Environment

Iran’s carpet exports to US at $50m after lifting sanctions

Iran says its exports of hand-woven carpets to the United States have reached around $50 million since the removal of sanctions in January.


7-month foreign trade tops $49 billion

Iran’s non-oil foreign trade during the seven months of the current Iranian year (started March 20) stood at $49.16 billion.