19 Jul 2024
Wednesday 20 May 2020 - 16:27
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Iran non-oil exports rising: CBI chief

Tasnim Governor of the Central Bank of Iran said the countrys export of non-oil products has begun to grow as the coronavirus outbreak is easing.

Abdonnaser Hemmati said on Tuesday that the export of Irans non-oil goods is beginning to revive and rise as the outbreak of the coronavirus is tailing off.

He also noted that participants in a Tuesday meeting of the administrations economic coordination headquarters made good decisions about plans to boost the non-oil exports and supply the currency for the imports in the current Iranian year.

The caretaker minister of Industry, Mine and Trade has prepared a report on the non-oil exports, which focuses on the neighboring countries as target destinations, Hemmati added.

He also noted that the CBI is considering diverse methods to repatriate the currency from the exports.

A good opportunity is available for a surge in national production, preventing unnecessary imports, and promotion of non-oil exports, the top banker underlined.

In January, Iranian President Hassan Rouhani said the national income has gone up thanks to a rise in the exports of non-oil goods.

In a new year message in March, Leader of the Islamic Revolution Ayatollah Seyed Ali Khamenei stressed the need for a further surge in the national production with the participation of all organizations and sectors, saying, Officials should act in a way that production will witness a surge, God willing, and that there will be a tangible change in the lives of the people.
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