BAKU, Azerbaijan, Nov. 25
By Elnur Baghishov - Trend:
In the first seven months (from March 21 to Oct. 22, 2019) of the current Iranian year, almost 1.3 million tons of goods worth $764 million were exported via the customs of Iran's Kurdistan province, Director General of Kurdistan Province Customs Administration Bakhtiyar Rahmanipour said, Trend reports via IRNA.
In the reported seven-month period, the exports increased by 20 percent in terms of weight, by 8 percent in terms of value (US dollars) and by 173 percent in terms of value in rials, Rahmanipour said.
In the seventh month (from Sept. 23 to Oct. 22, 2019) of the current year, 235,000 tons of goods worth $138 million were exported through the customs of the province, Rahmanipour added.
According to Rahmanipour, the main export destinations were Iraq, Pakistan, India, Turkey and Georgia.
In the seventh month, Siran-Band customs of the province accounted to 42,000 tons of exports worth $16.2 million, while Sanandaj customs accounted for 3,900 tons of exports worth over $2.6 million. Meanwhile, Bashmaq customs of the province accounted for 189,400 tons of exports worth $119.7 million.
Iran's Kurdistan province has customs of Sanandaj, Bashmaq and Siran-Band.