BAKU, Azerbaijan, September 28. Iran’s non-oil exports through the customs of Qom Province increased by 56 percent in value and 108 percent in volume during the first six months of the current Iranian year (March 21 through September 22, 2022), compared to the same period last Iranian year, Director General of Qom Province Customs Office, Esfandiar Derikvandi told IRNA, Trend reports.
The director general noted that a total of 197,000 tons of goods worth about $170 million were exported through the customs of the Qom Province in 6 months.
Derikvandi added that a positive balance is observed in Iran’s non-oil trade turnover through the province’s customs.
“In addition, 32,400 tons of goods worth $165 million were imported through the customs of Qom Province within 6 months. The imported goods were mainly raw materials and industrial equipment,” he said.
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