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(MENAFN) Nearly 373,000 tons of non-oil commodities were exported to Iraq via the customs of Qasr-e Shirin County of Iran’s western Kermanshah province during the first three months (21 March-21 June) of the present fiscal, a senior official affirmed.
According to Moradali Tatar, the governor of Qasr-Shirin, the products were exported through two main border crossings, namely Parvizkhan and Khosravi, with a total value of USD198 million.
He stated, “Some 337,000 tons of products worth USD183 million were exported through the Parvizkhan customs, and 36,000 tons of products worth USD15 million through the Khosravi customs”.
Around 800 to 1,200 trucks from Parvizkhan and nearly 500 trucks through Khosravi customs are sent to Iraq every day, he added.