Iran’s Mahallat County exports goods worth over $22M
Baku, Azerbaijan, Jan. 16
By Elnur Baghishov - Trend:
During the nine months of this Iranian year (started March 21, 2018), agriculture, mining and industrial products worth $22.8 million were exported from the Mahallat County of Iran’s Markazi Province, and this is a 52 percent increase compared to the same period last year, Reza Maleki, head of the Markazi Province Industry, Mines and Trade Department, said in an interview with IRNA, Trend reports.
He said the Mahallat County’s exports for the nine months last year amounted to about $11 million.
He added that during the period, 400,000 square meters of decorative stones were exported.
In addition, revenues worth $7 million were obtained from the export of 3 million flower vases, revenues worth $2.5 million were obtained from the export of 500,000 salix purpurea and revenues worth $343,000 were obtained from the export of 996,000 ornamental fishes, he noted.
This year the products of the county were exported to Turkey, Qatar, the US, Myanmar, the UAE, Kazakhstan, Japan, China, India, Tajikistan, Russia, Kuwait, Oman, Poland, Tanzania, Iraq and Bulgaria, he said.
The main stones exported by the county are travertine stones, he noted.