Iran's foreign trade amounted to $24.2 billion in the first three months of the current Iranian calendar year (March 21 - June 20).
Iran spring foreign trade rises by 27 percent
Thursday, July 3
Iran Customs Administration's latest report suggests that the figure shows 27 percent increase compared to the same period of time previous year, Iran's Fars News Agency reported.
Iran's non-oil exports accounted for $11.8 billion of the mentioned amount, which is 20.5 percent more than same period previous year.
The country also imported $12.3 billion worth of goods in spring, which is 35.63 percent more than last year.
According to Iran Customs Administration, the country's total non-oil exports to foreign countries (excluding gas condensates) stood at $31.3 billion in the previous year (which ended on March 20), while the country's total imports amounted to $50.8 billion.
The figures mark annual trade balance of -19.4 billion dollars for Iran.
Iran's annual trade turnover is projected to reach $160 billion by the end of the fifth five-year development plan (March 2016).