Iran lifts ban on exports of packing paper, tissue paper
Tehran, Iran, Oct. 6
The Iranian Ministry of Industry has lifted a ban on the export of packing paper and tissue paper, a report said.
In a directive circulated recently, all customs points across the country were allowed to export packing paper and tissue paper, Mehr news agency reported.
On August 15, the exports of packing paper, tissue paper, powdered milk, bulk and packed tea, and over 500g packets of butter were prohibited in a move to regulate the domestic market.
Due to the reinstatement of US sanctions, the Iranian administration is considering amendments to the country's exports and imports regulations.
The ministry also passed an order to ban the export of several commercial items, including woods, MDF, and newsprint.