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Trade Via Kermanshah

Trade Via KermanshahTrade Via Kermanshah

Over 1.65 million tons of goods worth $452.9 million were exported from Kermanshah Province in the first half of the current Iranian year (March 20-September 21), indicating a 3% rise in value compared to the same period of the last year, says Khalil Heydari, director general of the province’s customs bureaus. The exports mainly consisted of cement, tomatoes, urea, home appliances, plastics, yogurt, ice-cream and livestock, which mostly headed to Iraq, IRNA quoted him as saying. Also, about 8,631 tons of goods worth $12.86 million were imported to the country in the period via the province. Main imports include aluminum scrap, rice, auto parts, and sealed lead-acid batteries from Iraq, China and Pakistan.

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