Products worth over $100M exported from Iran's province to Pakistan
Baku, Azerbaijan, Oct. 7
By Elnur Baghishov - Trend:
The goods worth $131 million were exported from Iran’s south-eastern Sistan and Baluchestan province to Pakistan in the first six months of this Iranian year (beginning on March 21, 2019), Director General of the Chabahar Customs Service of Sistan and Baluchestan province Majid Mazlumi said.
The products were exported through the Pishin Customs Service in Sarbaz county and the Rimdan Customs Service in Chabahar county, Mazlumi added, Trend reports referring to IRNA.
The director general added that 94,000 tons worth $94.5 million were exported through the Pishin Customs Service and 114,300 tons worth $37.1 million through the Rimdan Customs Service.
Among the main exported products are bitumen, cement, tile, dairy products and food, Mazlumi said.
The director general said that 442,500 tons worth $545 million were imported through the Chabahar Customs Service and Free Trade Zone in the first six months of this Iranian year.
Mazlumi said that imports of products increased by 27 percent in terms of weight and by 16 percent in terms of value in the first six months of this Iranian year compared to the first six months of last Iranian year.
Among the main imported products are rice, corn for animal feed, sugar and car parts, the director general said.