6% decrease in exports and 30% increase in imports in Qom
6% decrease in exports and 30% increase in imports in Qom, Director General of Qom Customs Babian said that Qom’s exports have decreased by 6% in the first 8 months of this year, adding: “Imports in Qom have increased by 30% in terms of value.” Qom, referring to the performance of the General Directorate of Customs of the province, said: In the first eight months of this year, the revenue of the customs of Qom province amounted to 380 billion tomans, which compared to the same period last year, we have witnessed a 59 percent growth.
He estimated the amount of exports in Qom province in the first eight months of this year at $ 104 million and added: “In terms of value, we have decreased by 6% compared to the same period last year.” , Afghanistan, UAE, India, Pakistan, Uzbekistan and South Korea.
He stated that the definite import of customs from Qom province to the country was $ 316 million and said: “These items are from China, India, UAE, Italy, Turkey and Germany and have increased by 30% in terms of value compared to the first eight months of last year.”
Hashemzadeh stated: The main export items included granules, puffs, shoes and sandals, industrial oil, lead shams, wood glue, materials and plastic products. Motorcycle parts, excavators, passenger cars, tools and package parts, acrylic fibers, loaders, photocopiers, health and beauty supplies.