International Monetary Found predicted on Saturday a considerable growth for Iran’s economy in 2011 and 2012. The IMF report which is about the Middle East and Central Asia economic prospect for 2011-2012 reviews the current economic status of 40 countries in the two regions for 2011 and their economic outlooks for 2012. The reports reads: Iran’s oil related and non-oil economic growth for 2011 are 1.5 percent and 2.6 percent respectively. The IMF report predicted the average economic growth for 40 countries of the two regions 3.9 percent in which Iran’s share will be 2.5 percent. IMF said that all the oil exporting countries of the region had an average economic growth of 4.9 percent in 2010 while Iran’s growth reached 3.2 percent in the same year. IMF predicts a 2.6 percent growth for Iran’s non-oil economy while its last record for the year 2010 was 3.6 percent. The IMF report predicts a 3.4 percent economic growth for Iran in 2012, as well.