21248
Q1 Non-Oil Goods Transit Tops 3m Tons
Economy, Domestic Economy

Q1 Non-Oil Goods Transit Tops 3m Tons

 More than 3.37 million tons of non-oil goods crossed the country’s borders in the first quarter of the current Iranian year (started March 21), said the director general of Transit and Border Terminals Bureau. “With about 916,000 tons of goods transit accounting for 27% of total non-oil transit in the three-month period Parviz Khan border terminal in Kermanshah Province was the most active terminal in terms of incoming transit. Furthermore, Imam Khomeini Port with 1.37 million tons of transit accounting for 41% of total non-oil transit in the same period, ranked first among terminals in outgoing transit,” Mehr News Agency quoted Mohammad Javad Atrchian as saying. He added that Iran is capable of further increasing its transit rate due to its strategic and geopolitical position as the transit crossroads of Asia and Europe.

Short URL : http://goo.gl/OeG6Qw

You can also read ...

Europe May Tap Cryptocurrencies to Shield Iran Against US Sanctions
The European Union may opt for digital currencies in its...
Iran’s net hot-rolled coil consumption was 5.6 million tons in 2017, of which 0.8 million tons were imported.
Russia and Kazakhstan are temporarily stepping back on sales...
Secondary Forex Market: Corruption Loopholes Abound
Two goals set have been set for the recent establishment of...
EU foreign policy chief, Federica Mogherini, hailed the imposition of the blocking statute on Monday as a “consistent step forward”.
As it races to save the Iran nuclear deal, the European Union...
Deputy Economy Minister Defends Gov’t Forex Policy
The government’s policy to allocate dollars and euros to...
Hashtgerd Subway Station Construction Underway
Iranian authorities are pushing ahead with construction plans...
Colza Production Exceeds Expectations
The government has purchased more than 300,000 tons of colza...
Interbank Rate Tweak to Impact Interest Rates
Officials at the Central Bank of Iran have announced the...

Trending

Googleplus