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Exports via Bandar Lengeh
Economy, Domestic Economy

Exports via Bandar Lengeh

Close to 334,000 tons of non-oil products, valued at 3.3 trillion rials ($1.1 billion at the official exchange rate), were exported via the customs offices of Bandar Lengeh in the southern Hormozgan Province during the past Iranian calendar year (ended March 20), recording an increase of %21 in terms of weight compared with the preceding year, Safar Sheibani, the head of Bandar Lengeh Customs Administration said on Saturday. “Agricultural products, fruits and minerals were the main products exported mainly to the UAE,” he was quoted by IRNA as saying. Nearly 189,000 metric tons of non-oil commodities, valued at 13 trillion rials ($4.6 billion at the official exchange rate) were also imported via the customs offices of Bandar Lengeh last year, the official added, noting that car, home appliances, fiber and computer equipment were the main commodities which were imported from countries such as China, India, Thailand, Malaysia and the UAE.

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