Rasoul Kouhestani-Pajouh said that the export shows 15 percent fall in terms of weight, but no change in terms of value, as compared to the first four months of the previous year.
He named ceramic products, fruits, cast iron and iron, non-organic chemical products, carpets and flooring as the main exported products and Iraq, UAE, China, Thailand, Indonesia, Pakistan, Afghanistan, India, Turkey, Italy, Ghana, Armenia, Turkmenistan, Myanmar, South Korea and Azerbaijan as the major export destinations.
Kouhestani-Pajouh also announced that commodities worth $200.831 million have been imported to the province in the first four months of the present year.
As previously announced by the official, the value of export from Isfahan province rose 56 percent in the past Iranian calendar year (ended on March 20), as compared to its previous year.
He said that 2.151 million tons of products worth $1.355 billion were exported from the province in the past year, indicating also 14 percent growth in terms of weight.
He named iron and steel, petrochemicals, carpets, and dairy products as the major data-x-items exported from the province, and Iraq, Pakistan, Afghanistan, Turkey, and Armenia as the major export destinations in the previous year.
Source: Tehran Times