BAKU, Azerbaijan, Dec. 8
By Elnur Baghishov – Trend:
A total of 111,000 tons of goods worth $121 million were exported from Iran's Qom Province during the first eight months of the current Iranian year (from March 20 through November 20, 2020), Chairman of Industry, Mine and Trade Organization of Qom Province Mahmoud Sijani said, Trend reports citing the organization’s website.
The chairman noted that 73,800 tons of this amount worth $82.5 million were exported through the customs of Qom Province.
“The exported goods from the province were mainly rubber products, copper wire, metal products, water taps, water filter, aluminum, polystyrene fibers, footwear, organic chemicals, and so on,” he added.
Sijani stressed that the goods were exported to Iraq, Afghanistan, China, the UAE, Turkey, India, Pakistan, Uzbekistan, Azerbaijan, and Indonesia, respectively in terms of value.
According to the chairman, in addition, 44,000 tons of goods worth $213 million were imported to Iran's Qom Province within the reporting period.
Sijani said that the imported goods were mainly manufacturing equipment, electrical equipment, and spare parts, rubber, tea, spices, vehicles, medical equipment, etc.
“These goods were mainly imported from China, Turkey, the UAE, India, Oman, Iraq, Japan, Ukraine, and France,” he emphasized.