Somalia, Ghana and Oman have been added to Hamedan customs target markets
The Director General of Customs of Hamadan Province said: Somalia, Ghana and Oman have been added to the target markets of Hamadan.
According to the “Hamedan News” reporter, Jamal Khashoei, stating that the province’s exports have changed significantly compared to two years ago, noted: “Remote declaration of exporters is one of the province’s customs advantages and is an advantage in terms of cost and time of clearance.” There are some.
He continued: “The number of exporters in 1993 was 40, which has increased to 75 this year. If there was no satisfaction from customs, the number of exporters would have decreased.”
The Director General of Hamedan Customs, stating that 80% of the province’s agricultural products are exported from other customs, said: “One of the problems of exports in the province is the certificate of origin, and this obstacle has been partially removed.”
He added: “There were also problems in the field of standards, which were solved with the cooperation of the General Directorate of Standards.”
“Importation should be done in one hour,” he said. “Imports should be cleared in three days at most, while in the past, imports remained in customs for two months and lost their value in the market.”
The director general of Hamedan province’s customs reminded of the increase in the satisfaction of importers and exporters from the province’s customs: the return of money is another problem; Examples include carpet exports to the United States, the United Arab Emirates, and China, the currency of which has not yet been cashed out.
He added: “The limited number of target markets is one of the problems and currently the main target market in Hamedan is Iraq, which due to the presence of serious competitors such as Turkey and the presence of ISIS, creates barriers to exports.”
Expressing that the export from Malayer customs has increased by 87%, Khashoei said: the province’s export has decreased by 4% compared to the previous year and the export of Hamedan cement alone is facing a decrease of 87%.
The Director General of Customs of Hamadan Province stated: Somalia, Ghana and Oman have been added to the target markets of Hamadan.
He further reminded: It is requested that the merchants of Hamedan clear their imports from the customs of the province.
“In 1980, the 11-month export was $ 5,588,000,” he said. “In 1988, the export was $ 193 million, and since 1992, there has been a growing trend in exports, but a decrease in cement exports.” It has created problems.
He added: From the beginning of this year to the end of February, 115 million and 560 thousand dollars of goods have been exported from the customs of Hamadan province.
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