Iran imports of basic goods in ports exceeds 19m tons in first 10 months

(MENAFN) According to reports by Iran’s Ports and Maritime Organization (PMO), 19,278,315 tons of basic goods were imported in the ports of the nation throughout the opening ten months of the ongoing Iranian calendar year (which started at March 21, 2022 up till the January 20, 2023).

As earlier declared by the deputy chief of the Islamic Republic of Iran Customs Administration (IRICA), Iran has unloaded 30.9 million tons of basic commodities in the last Iranian calendar year 1400 (which closed on the 20th of March, 2022).

Foroud Asgari, the deputy chief of Islamic Republic of Iran Customs Administration for customs affairs, stated that the unloaded commodities were in 25 commodity groups.

Recording the worth of the shipped in basic goods at USD19.6 billion in the last year, the official stated that the unloads indicate a 60 percent surge in terms of value as well as 32 percent surge in terms of mass, in comparison with the Iranian calendar year 1399.


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