Rasoul Kouhestani-Pajouh, the director-general of the province’s customs department, said that the ten-month export indicates five percent drop in terms of value, and nine percent growth in terms of weight, year on year.
He named Iraq, Pakistan, Afghanistan, Turkey, and United Arab Emirates (UAE) as the major destinations of the products exported from the province in the ten-month period.
The official further announced that 134,461 tons of goods valued at $608.434 million were imported to the province in the first ten months of the present year, indicating 10 percent rise in worth, and 25 percent growth in weight, year on year.
He named China, the UAE, Turkey, Germany, and Italy as the main sources of imports in the mentioned ten-month period.
As previously announced by the head of the Islamic Republic of Iran Customs Administration (IRICA), Iran exported 113 million tons of non-oil goods valued at $40.5 billion during the first 10 months of the present year.
Mohammad Rezvani-Far said that the 10-month non-oil export indicates a nine percent growth in weight, but an 11 percent fall in value, year on year, IRIB reported.
The official also said the country exported $29.9 billion of crude oil in the mentioned 10 months, registering a 10-percent rise, year on year.
Rezvani-Far further announced that Iran has imported 32.7 million tons of goods worth $54.8 billion in the first 10 months of the present year, which indicates an 11.6 percent rise in value and six percent growth in weight.
He named China, Iraq, the United Arab Emirates (UAE), Turkey, and India as the major export destinations of Iranian goods in the said period, and the UAE, China, Turkey, Germany, and India as the main sources of import.
Gold, car parts and accessories, and smartphones were the main imported items during this period, according to the official.