Import of more than 300 thousand tons from the borders of Sistan and Baluchestan in 10 months
Imports of more than 300,000 tons from the borders of Sistan and Baluchestan in 10 months; Import of more than 300 thousand tons from the borders of Sistan and Baluchestan in 10 months. The supervisor of Sistan and Baluchestan customs said: frozen fish and paper are among the imported items of the province, which have been imported from other countries in the first ten months of this year.
Nader Mirshakar in an interview with Asrhamoon Economic Reporter added: “Imports through customs and border markets of the province, including the Chabahar Free Zone, weighing 346,951 tons and worth 614,874,739 dollars have been registered during the first 10 months of this year.”
He continued: “Surveys show that imports, compared to the same period last year, have seen a 17 percent decrease in weight and a 10 percent increase in value.”
He specified: Major imported items include edible rice, wheat, livestock, textiles, car spare parts, industrial and household goods, mango, sesame seeds, chickpeas, coolers, sugar, etc., and major imported countries: Afghanistan, Pakistan, UAE , China, Turkey, Korea, Taiwan and other countries.
The official in charge of exports from the official borders of the province also said: during 10 months of this year, total exports from customs and border markets of the province with the same period last year increased by 29 percent in weight and 12 percent in value and this amount of exports during this period It has reached the weight of one million 417 thousand 459 thousand 179 dollars.
He stated that the main export items are construction materials (cement), bitumen, coriander seeds, chemical and industrial products, diesel, gas, tiles, apple trees, etc., noting that the main export countries of the province include Afghanistan, Pakistan, Turkey. , Kuwait, UAE and other countries.
He said: “According to statistics, exports through bazaars have grown very well and about 54% of the province’s exports have been done through this and has a significant export performance.”
He said: “The main reasons for the increase in exports from the bazaars are easy access to the bazaars of neighboring countries, ease of the export process and less administrative bureaucracy of the bazaars compared to customs.”
Mirshakar further stated that the border markets of the province had an export-oriented approach, which has led to the growth and prosperity of the region’s economy and trade. More effective than the border markets in the past, which have a significant share in economic development and prosperity of non-oil exports, according to the performance of the Milk border market with a value of $ 150 million and 297 thousand and 568 dollars had the highest export volume compared to other markets. .
He said: “According to the targeted plan for the year 1995, according to the operational plans of the resistance economy, the amount of non-oil exports of the province is set at 522 million dollars, considering that in the first 10 months of this year, the province’s exports were worth 417 million dollars.” It can be said that about 80% of the total goal plan has been achieved and about 20% of it remains. It can even go beyond its plan and we will see good export growth this year.
Confirming the export and import statistics, the supervisor of Sistan and Baluchestan customs also said about domestic transit: during the ten months of this year, weighing 145,669 tons and worth 180 million and 49 thousand and 553 dollars, the province’s customs has domestic transit, which is an increase of 24% compared to the same period It has seen a 2% increase in weight and value.
Tahereh Hamoon Nourd also stated about the main items of domestic balance: rice, sesame seeds, frozen fish, paper, mango, etc. are among these items.
Regarding the foreign transit of the province, he said: During the first ten months of this year, 649,120 tons and a value of 1 billion 896 million, 935 thousand and 520 dollars were registered from the customs of the province. In terms of value, it has decreased by 4%. He further mentioned the main items of foreign transit in the province during this period as gas, containers, textiles, cars, tires, etc. 95 has provided customs services to 515,833 passengers, who have traveled through Milk, Mirjaveh, Zahedan and Chabahar airports.