Iran shares data on exports from South Khorasan Province

Business Materials 13 July 2021 17:36 (UTC +04:00)
Iran shares data on exports from South Khorasan Province

BAKU, Azerbaijan, July 13

By Elnur Baghishov – Trend:

The exports of Iran from the South Khorasan Province (north-eastern Iran) increased by 51 percent in terms of value and decreased by 12 percent in terms of volume during the first three months of the current Iranian year (from March 21 through June 21, 2021), compared to the same period last Iranian year, Director General of South Khorasan Province Customs Office Hassan Rahimizadeh told reporters, Trend reports citing ISNA.

According to Rahimizadeh, 264,000 tons of goods worth about $39 million were exported from the province over the 3 months.

The director general added that the exported goods were melons, cement, ceramics, diesel, light hydrocarbons, bitumen, reinforcement, dates and etc. These goods were mainly exported to Iraq, Turkey, Azerbaijan, Taiwan and Afghanistan.

“In addition, 358,000 tons of goods worth $165 million produced in other provinces of Iran were exported through the South Khorasan Province's Mahirud customs. These goods were mainly cement, glass, reinforcement, liquefied gas and hydrocarbons,” he said.

Rahimizadeh noted that moreover, 343 tons of goods worth $1.67 million were imported to South Khorasan Province within the three months.