Exports from Iran’s Kermanshah Province surpass $1.5 billion
Azerbaijan, Baku, Oct. 6 / Trend, N. Umid/
Some $1.512 billion worth of goods have been exported from the customs zone and border markets of Iran's western Kermanshah Province during the first six months of the current solar year, which started on March 21, director of the Kermanshah Province's Customs Organization, Ali Sadeddin said, Mehr news agency reported.
The figure shows a 27 per cent increase compared to the same period of the last solar year, he added.
According to the report, the goods were exported to 23 countries including Iraq, UAE and Afghanistan.
Iraq stood at the top of the list of importers with some $288.27 millions worth of imported goods via Kermanshah customs during the period.
Plastic materials, mineral products and foods are among the exported goods.
Iran has imported some 4,868 tons of goods worth $7.513 million through Kermanshah Customs during the period, the report said.
The imported goods mainly include metals, machinery and mechanical equipments and chemical products.
Iran's total non-oil exports including condensates, decreased by 8 percent during the first five months of current solar year, compared to the same period of last year and reached $15.2 billion, while the imports decreased by 26.36 percent and reached $16.3 during the mentioned period.
Iran had a little of suitcase trade worth $31 million during the mentioned period.