Iran’s Maragheh Customs Office recorded a 75 percent volume increase in exports in the first seven months of Iranian the calendar year, beginning March 21. The southwestern province exported 9,224 tons of goods valued at $6.7 billion, reported IRNA.
According to Office Chief, Heydar Jalalzadeh this year’s exports consisted mainly of raisins, dried fruits and dates and were shipped to the United Arab Emirates (UAE), Belgium and Canada. — (menareport.com)
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