(MENAFN) Comparing the first ten months of the current Iranian calendar year (March 21, 2022-January 20, 2023) to the same time last year, the transit of goods through Iran climbed 7.43 percent, according to the head of the Islamic Republic of Iran Customs Administration (IRICA).
In line with Mohammad Rezvani-Far, 11 million tons of goods have passed through the nation in the last 10 months.
According to previous statements made by the former IRICA spokesman, after seven years of decline in the transit of goods from the nation, the growth path of transit resumed in the most recent Iranian calendar year 1400 (which ended on March 20, 2022), and with the passage of 12.65 million tons of goods through Iran, a growth of 68 percent was achieved.
The current government's policy of paying attention to neighbors and fostering political and economic ties with neighboring nations, as well as the increased focus on global road and rail routes and the efforts and cooperation of organizations engaged in trade and transportation-related activities, have all contributed to a significant increase in the volume of goods passing through Iran.
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