"We have seen a 377% rise over a period of 6 months ending on September 21," Iran's Commercial Attaché in Indonesia Anvar Karami said.
He noted that Iran’s exports to Indonesia, excluding crude oil, hit $244.4 million in the first half of the current Iranian year that ended September 21.
"In comparison with a $51 million in the same period in 2016, Iran's non-oil exports have witnesses 377 percent rise.
Both Iran and Indonesia have already announced serious plans to boost the level of their trade to as high as $2 billion.
Indonesia’s President Joko Widodo visited Tehran in mid-December 2016 and numerous agreements were signed by the officials of the two countries during that visit.