EghtesadOnline: A total of 24.75 million tons of goods, including gas condensates, worth $8.5 billion were exported from the southern Bushehr Province in the last Iranian year that ended on March 19, 2020.
According to Behrouz Qarehbeygi, director general of Bushehr Customs Administration, the exports, excluding gas condensates, amounted to 23.72 million tons worth $7.62 billion to register a 19% rise in tonnage compared to the year before. He did not mention the year-on-year change in export value, Financial Tribune reported.
The export figure does not take into account crude oil shipments.
Apart from gas condensates, the non-oil goods exported from the province included petrochemical products, minerals, seafood and vegetable.
China, the UAE, Afghanistan, India, South Korea, Qatar, Pakistan, Turkey and Brazil were the main export destinations, IRNA reported.
About 505,000 tons of goods worth $1.23 billion were imported into Bushehr last year.
They mainly included auto tires, butter, black tea, auto parts, rice, tools, industrial faucet and automatic door parts.
China, the UAE, India, the Philippines, New Zealand, Germany, Sri Lanka, Italy, South Korea and Spain were top exporters to the province.