Boosting international trade in Iran
Iran has succeeded in increasing its non-oil exports in the first quarter of the current Iranian calendar year, compared to the same time last year.
If Iran’s economic master-plans succeed in the near future, it will no longer be dependent on oil revenue because of a significant increase in its non-oil exports.
Based on its 5-year development plans, Iran should be exporting 89 billion dollar worth of non-oil goods at the end of its 5th development plan in 2015.
The country seeks to make the goal a reality by exploiting its potential trade links with other countries.
President Hassan Rouhani’s administration has also been implementing several economic and political measures to boost the country’s non-oil exports since he took office. Consequently, the statistics show a hopeful future for the country’s foreign trade.