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Iran’s Q1 Exports From Amirabad Port Reach $5.4m (financialtribune.com)


A total of 131,315 tons of commodities worth about $5.4 million were exported from Mazandaran Province’s Amirabad Port during the first three months of the current Iranian year (March 20-June 20).

The main exported goods were animal fat and oil, oilseeds and wooden and cast iron artifacts. 

Russia, the UAE, Turkey, Kazakhstan and the UK were the main destinations, ILNA reported.

More than 524,000 tons of goods worth $176.47 million were imported through this northern port during the same period.

Wood and wooden artifacts, mineral fuels and glass products were the main imported items.

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