BAKU, Azerbaijan, Jan. 28
By Elnur Baghishov - Trend:
As many as 100,000 tons of products worth $120 million were exported via customs of Iran’s Qom province during ten months (March 21-Jan. 20) of this Iranian year (began March 21, 2019), said Director General of the Qom Customs Administration Mohammad Khalili, Trend reports via IRNA.
Khalili noted that the products were mainly exported to Iraq, Afghanistan, the UAE, India, Pakistan and Uzbekistan.
The director general said that various pellets, footwear, lead ingots, rubber, chemical and hydrocarbon products were mainly exported.
“Products worth $250 million were imported from South Korea, China, India, Italy, the UAE, Turkey, Japan and other countries,” Khalili added.
The director general noted that 530,000 tons of products were imported in the months, such as - mainly cars, motorcycle spare parts, acrylic fibers, washing machine spare parts, etc.
Customs revenues for the mentioned period amounted to 371 billion rials (about $8.8 million), the customs official noted.