Iran discloses value of its exports via Yazd Province
BAKU, Azerbaijan, September 16
By Elnur Baghishov – Trend:
Iran exported 1.09 million tons of goods worth $129 million through the customs of the Yazd Province (central Iran) during the first five months of the current Iranian year (March 20-August 21, 2020), said Chairman of the Industry, Mine, and Trade Organization of the Yazd Province, Mohammad Reza Alamdar Yazdi, Trend reports citing the organization’s website.
“The exported goods were mainly ceramics, steel products, hydrocarbon products, various wires and cables, profiles and pipes, pistachios, glassware, molybdenum and ferromolybdenum oxide, and others,” he said.
The chairman stressed that the goods via the customs of Yazd Province were mainly exported to Iraq, Afghanistan, Syria, Pakistan, the UAE, Azerbaijan, Oman, Turkey, and Belgium.
Alamdar noted that 16,000 tons of goods worth $55 million were imported to Yazd Province over five months.
The chairman added that the imported goods were mainly production equipment, spare parts, chemicals, cellulose, and polymeric substances.
A total of 860,000 tons of goods worth $103 million were exported via the customs office of Yazd Province during the first 4 months of the current Iranian year (March 20-July 21, 2020). In addition, 11,000 tons of goods worth $38 million were imported to the province within four months.