Non-oil goods worth $519m exported through west Iran border in 9 months

Kermanshah, Jan 7, IRNA – Non-oil goods worth $519,483,650 and weighing 1,443,092 tons were exported through Kermanshah customs, western Iran, during the first 9 months of the current Iranian calendar year (began on March 21, 2017).

Kermanshah customs rank first as regard exports among other provincial customs, director general of Kermanshah Customs Office Khalil Heidari told the Islamic Republic News Agency (IRNA) on Sunday.

“The exported products comprised tiles, ceramics, housekeeping materials, plastic and melamine containers, potato, evaporative cooler, edge banding, nylon rolls, cement, washing liquid and powder, tomato paste, polished marble, and steel profile,” he said.


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