Iran discloses details of exports via Kerman Province
BAKU, Azerbaijan, September 26
By Elnur Baghishov – Trend:
A total of 158,000 tons of goods worth $296 million were exported through the customs of Kerman Province (southeastern Iran) during the first six months of the current Iranian year (March 20-September 21, 2020), Director General of Kerman Province Customs Office Mohammad Reza Ghader said, Trend reports referring to the Islamic Republic of Iran Customs Administration.
According to the director general, the exports increased by 20 percent in terms of volume compared to the same period last Iranian year.
He added that the exported goods from Kerman Province were mainly pistachios (worth $261 million), sugar (worth $9.15 million), copper products (worth $4.39 million), dates (worth $4.16 million) and ceramics (worth $3.62 million).
Ghader noted that the goods via customs of Kerman Province were exported to 68 countries, mainly China, Germany, India, Iraq, Turkey, Afghanistan and Pakistan.
The goods worth $95 million were exported to China, worth $37 million to Germany, worth $28 million to India, worth $28 million to Iraq, worth $18 million to Turkey, worth $11 million to Afghanistan and worth $7 million to Pakistan via customs of Kerman Province.
"In addition, a total of 495,000 tons of goods from Kerman Province worth $722 million were exported through various customs of Iran. The exports increased by 82 percent in terms of value, compared to the same period last Iranian year," he said.