Piranshahr, April 16, IRNA - The director general of Iran's provincial Customs Office for international affairs said that Iran exported dlrs 1.7 billion worth of non-oil goods to Iraq last year.
Speaking at the inaugural ceremony of Tamarchin border crossing point, Mohammad-Hossein Bagh-Enayat said that the commodities had been exported to Iraq through 13 border points including Tamarchin in West Azarbaijan.
The center for development of Iran-Iraq economic relations is to implement a number of plans to boost export of commercial products to Iraq, Bagh-Enayat said.
Kermanshah province in western Iran, ranks first in terms of exporting goods to Iraq, he added.
Iran's non-oil exports increased by 15.14 percent last year compared to the preceding year, he said.
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