Value of foreign trade via customs of Iran's Mazandaran Province increases
BAKU, Azerbaijan, May 30
By Elnur Baghishov – Trend:
The value of foreign trade turnover via customs of Mazandaran Province (northern Iran) exceeded $199 million during two months of the current Iranian year from March 20 through May 20, 2020), said Ali Yousefimanesh, an official of Islamic Republic of Iran Customs Administration’s (IRICA) branch in Mazandaran Province, Trend reports citing IRICA.
According to Yousefimanesh, more than 540,000 tons of products worth $170 million were imported through the Province’s customs (Noshahr, Amirabad and Fereidoonkenar) in two months.
Yousefimanesh added that the products mainly imported from Russia, UAE, Turkey, Kazakhstan, Germany and other countries.
"The province imported barley feed worth $55.9 million, corn feed worth $46.3 million, butter worth $34.7 million, oilseeds worth $6.4 million, and wheat worth $5.1 million,” he said.
The official said that in two months, 125,000 tons of products worth $29.2 million were exported through the province’s Noshahr, Amirabad, Amol, Sari and Fereidoonkenar customs.
Yousefimanesh said that the products were mainly exported to Kazakhstan, Russia, Iraq, Turkmenistan, UAE, Afghanistan, Syria and other countries.
"Dairy products worth $16.7 million, other food products worth $2.69 million, cement worth $2.25 million, ice cream worth $1.2 million and fruit juice worth $1.08 million were exported from the province," he said.
According to the official, during two months, $2.1 million worth of products were transited through Mazandaran Province’s customs.
Yousefimanesh said that the province's customs revenues for the two months amounted to more than 613 billion rials (about $14.5 million).