BAKU, Azerbaijan, October 4. The volume Iran’s exports through the Amirabad port of Mazandaran Province (northern Iran), increased by 34 percent during the first six months of the current Iranian year (March 21 through September 22, 2022), compared to the same period last Iranian year, Supervisor of Mazandaran Customs Office Asgar Niknafas told reporters, Trend reports citing Fars News Agency.
According to Niknafas, in total, 430,000 tons of goods were exported through Amirabad port in 6 months.
“Furthermore, about 645,000 tons of essential products were imported through Amirabad port in 6 months. Of this, about 82,000 tons were barley, 111,000 tons -wheat, 330,000 tons - corn, and 122,000 tons - cooking oil,” he said.
The customs official also added that 103,000 tons of goods were transited to Russia, Turkmenistan and Kazakhstan through Amirabad port within the mentioned period, which is an increase of 85 percent compared to the same period last Iranian year.
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