Exports from northwest Iran increases threefold in 9 months

Exports from the customs office of Mahabad in the northwestern Iranian province of West Azarbaijan have increased threefold by the end of autumn (December 21) compared with that in the preceding year, a provincial official announced on Saturday.

Ahmad Ahmadi, the head of the customs office of Mahabad, made the announcement while speaking to IRNA.

The worth of the exports during the mentioned period has been over ten million dollars, Ahmadi noted.

The official referred to machine-made carpets, washing powder, and petrochemical products as the main commodities exported from Mahabad.

The northwestern province of West Azarbaijan has over 960 km of joint borders with Iraq, Turkiye, and Nakhchivan Autonomous Republic.

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