Farhad Dejpasand said on Saturday that the figure shows an increase of 10 percent compared to related figure of last year, IRNA reported.
As Dejpasand further announced, the government is to make major amendments in privatization method of state-run companies, the related information of which is to be revealed in few days.
On November 10, President Rouhani said “Despite all pressures, our non-oil exports are in good conditions and this means that the entire country is working hard, and today, we need to step up our efforts for more development.”
According to released data by the Islamic Republic of Iran Customs Administration, Iran exported $25 billion worth of non-oil commodities during the seven-month period.
According to the existing statistics, China ($6 billion), Iraq ($5 billion), the UAE ($3 billion), Turkey ($2.5 billion) and Afghanistan ($1 billion) were the main destinations for Iranian products during the period.