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Iran: Customs Clearance Process Back to Normal

IRICA: Customs Clearance Process Back to Normal IRICA: Customs Clearance Process Back to Normal

Customs clearance process for imports is back to normal following the announcement that 3,479 items have become exempt from exchange rate difference surcharge, the head of the Islamic Republic of Iran Customs Administration said. 
Foroud Asgari added that IRICA releases up to 90% of commodities of traders facing banking problems, ILNA reported.  
Echoing similar remarks, Alireza Dashtani, director of Shahid Rajaee Customs, said as many as 2,500 containers are being cleared daily from the customs of Shahid Rajaee Port, Iran’s biggest container port at the mouth of the Strait of Hormuz in southern Hormozgan Province. 
"Most of these goods are essential goods, raw materials and auto parts,” he said. 
 

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