BAKU, Azerbaijan, Nov. 4
By Elnur Baghishov – Trend:
A total of 590,000 tons of goods worth about $71 million were exported through the customs of Iran's Qom Province during the first seven months of the current Iranian year (March 20-October 21, 2020), Director General of Qom Province Customs Office, Esfandiar Derikvandi told IRNA, Trend reports.
According to Derikvandi, the exported goods via the customs of the province within the reporting period were mainly pellets, footwear, zinc ingots, copper products, rubber, chemicals and hydrocarbon products.
The director general added these goods were mainly exported to Iraq, Afghanistan, the UAE, India, Pakistan and Uzbekistan.
“Moreover, 27,000 tons of goods worth $130 million were imported through the customs of Qom Province over 7 months. The imports decreased by 32 percent in terms of value and 30 percent in terms of volume compared to the same period last Iranian year,” he said.
Deikvandi noted the imported goods were mainly spare parts for motorcycle, acrylic fibers, spare parts for washing machine, cosmetics and medical supplies.
The director general emphasized that these products were mainly imported from China, India, Italy, UAE, Turkey and Japan.
“Qom Province's customs revenues amounted about 118 billion rials (about $2.8 million) during seven months of current Iranian year,” he added.