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TCCIM Chief Slams Holdups at Iranian Ports of Entry

TCCIM Chief Slams Holdups at Iranian Ports of EntryTCCIM Chief Slams Holdups at Iranian Ports of Entry

President of Tehran Chamber of Commerce, Industries, Mines and Agriculture Masoud Khansari said as many as 139,000 containers holding 7 million tons of goods have piled up at Iranian ports of entry.
Khansari noted that 2.5 million tons of these goods are essential goods whose owners have to pay growing demurrage fees and warehousing costs each day, ILNA reported. 
“From April 10 to August 13, the government issued more than 32 bylaws and the Islamic Republic of Iran Customs Administration churned out 160 directives, only to confuse importers and exporters. This uncertainty feeds consumers’ and producers’ distrust in officials,” he said. 

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