Yazd Export Value Up 22%
Economy, Domestic Economy

Yazd Export Value Up 22%

More than 660,000 tons of goods worth $173 million were exported from Yazd Province in central Iran during the first four months of the current fiscal year (March 21-July 22), registering a 16% and 22% rise in weight and value respectively compared with the corresponding period of last year, the director general of the province’s customs office said.
“The main exported products over the period were tiles and ceramics, reinforcement steel, artificial stones, hydrocarbons, glass kitchenware and construction glass,” Mehrdad Pirhayati was also quoted as saying by ISNA.
Pirhayati added that over the same period, 8,000 tons of goods worth $37 million were imported into Yazd, indicating a year-on-year growth of 9% and 36% in volume and value respectively.
The imports were mainly made from China, Italy, the Czech Republic, Spain and Germany.


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