Iran's Non-Oil Exports to Pakistan Surge by 39% to $2.7 Billion in a Year

Iran's non-oil trade with Pakistan has seen significant growth, according to Rouhollah Latifi, a spokesperson from the Iranian Ministry of Industry.

Iran (IMNA) - In the past year, Iran exported over 4.379 million tons of non-oil goods worth approximately $2.08 billion to Pakistan, marking a 23% increase in weight and a 39% increase in value compared to the previous year. Simultaneously, imports from Pakistan decreased by 26% in weight and 33% in value, reaching 554,250 tons worth $673.93 million. Latifi highlighted the shared goal of increasing the trade volume between Iran and Pakistan to $5 billion, with both countries taking effective steps towards achieving this target.

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