Strong Rise in Exports From Kurdestan
Strong Rise in Exports From Kurdestan
Tuesday, July 03, 2018

Strong Rise in Exports From Kurdestan

Tuesday, July 03, 2018

Strong Rise in Exports From Kurdestan

About 490,000 tons of goods valued at $294 million were exported from Kurdestan Province’s customs terminals during the first quarter of the current Iranian year (March-June) to register a 68% increase in tonnage and a 36% increase in value year-on-year, IRNA quoted Director General of Kurdestan Province’s Customs Administration Bakhtiyar Rahmanipour as saying.
Agricultural crops, with 213,000 tons worth $83 million, accounted for the biggest portion of exports. Other commodities exported from Kurdestan during the period included mineral and plastic products.


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