Some 373,000 tons of products were exported through the customs of Qasr-e Shirin County of Iran’s western Kermanshah Province during first three months (21 March-21 June) of the current Iranian year (started March 21, 2019), said governor of Qasr-Shirin County of Kermanshah Province Moradali Tatar, Trend reports.
According to Tatar, the value of goods exported to Iraq through Parvizkhan and Khosravi border points reached $198 million.
Tatar added that construction materials, fruits and vegetables are among the major export products.
"Some 337,000 tons of products worth $183 million were exported through the Parvizkhan customs, and 36,000 tons of products worth $15 million through the Khosravi customs," he said.
The products are exported daily on 800-1,200 and 500 trucks through the Parvizkhan and Khosravi customs of Iran’s Qasr-e Shirin County, respectively.
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