Goods worth $20 million exported via Iran’s Boroujerd city
Azerbaijan, Baku, Oct.20/ Trend G.Mehdi/
Goods, worth more than $20.37 million, were exported from the city of Boroujerd in the west of Iran, during the first half of the current Iranian year, which began on March 20, IRNA quoted the Head of Boroujerd Department of Industry Marzieh Moradi as saying.
"The goods included Teflon dishes, medicine for humans and animals, tiles, pipes and fittings," she added.
Uzbekistan, Iraq, Tajikistan, Azerbaijan, Syria, Armenia, Turkmenistan, Afghanistan, and Ukraine were the importers of the goods.
Over 400 industrial units are operating in Boroujerd.
On September 28, the Trade Promotion Organization of Iran's (TPOI) Planning Director Mohammad-Reza Izadian said Iran plans to boost its non-oil exports in the second half of the current year.
According to the Customs Administration data, within the first half of the current year the total value of Iran's non-oil imports and exports amounted to $47.1 billion.