"Indonesia and Iran have made efforts to prepare the grounds for increasing exports in order to boost mutual trade exchanges," Alimudin said in a meeting with Iranian exporters on Thursday, reported Fars News Agency.
The Indonesian ambassador noted that the needed facilities were provided for issuing visas for Iran's businessmen.
In late November 2018, Iranian Commercial Attaché to Indonesia Anwar Kamari said that Iran’s export of non-oil goods to Indonesia showed a significant rise.
"Plastic, chemical, petroleum, steel, and food products are among main Iran’s non-oil exports to Indonesia," he added.
Imports from Indonesia mainly include wood and paper pulp, inorganic chemicals, wood and wood products, food and beverage, and home appliances.