Iran’s exports through Gilan Province customs increase by 29 percent
Azerbaijan, Baku, Aug. 1/ Trend N. Umid
Non-oil products exports via Iran's Gilan Province customs have increased by 29 percent during the first four months of current solar year (started on March 21) compared to the same period last year, supervisor of Gilan customs administrations, Parviz Taghavi said, ISNA news agency reported.
Taghavi noted that in total, 61,000 tons of goods worth $172.432 million have been exported through Astara, Anzali and Hasanroud customs to 16 countries during this period.
He went on to note that the mentioned statistics indicate 29 percent in weight and 64 percent in value increase, compared to the first four months of last solar year.
Russia, Azerbaijan and Iraq in total respectively shared 59, 30, and 5 percent of Iran's exported goods value via Gilan customs in this period.
According to the report, Iran also has imported 520,000 tons of goods worth $389.924 million through Gilan province's customs mainly from Russia, Azerbaijan, Kazakhstan, Ukraine and Austria.
This has shown an increase of 36 percent in weight and 61 percent in value, compared to the same period last year.