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Exports From Bazargan Border Crossing Top $2b in 7 Months

Exports From Bazargan Border Crossing Top $2b in 7 MonthsExports From Bazargan Border Crossing Top $2b in 7 Months

A total of 419,556 tons of commodities worth $2 billion were exported from Bazargan border crossing in West Azarbaijan Province (northwestern Iran bordering Turkey) during the first seven months of the current Iranian year (March 20-Oct. 21).
“Petrochemical products, different types of industrial and motor oils, paraffin, agricultural products [including watermelons, honeydew, grapes, peanuts, garlic, dates, apples, dried fruit, vegetables and licorice extract], stones, ceramic and glass artifacts, iron and steel scrap and textile were the main exported goods from Bazargan border crossing over the seven-month period,” border official Mojtaba Baazgir was quoted as saying by Fars News Agency.
He added that $205 million worth of products were imported via the crossing over the same period under review, showing a 46% decline compared with the similar period of last year.


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