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Non-oil exports from Qom Province up by 28%

Qom, IRNA – The Iranian province of Qom, located south of the capital Tehran, exported $263 million worth of non-oil products during a 9-month period starting on March 21, 2022, the head of the Industry, Mine and Trade Department said on Wednesday.

Akbar Abdali Mohammadi added that the figure shows a 28-percent growth compared with the corresponding period a year before.

He made the remarks during a ceremony to honor top exporters of Qom Province.

The official also said that the amount of non-oil exports during the March-December period in 2022 increased by 63 percent in terms of weight compared with the similar period a year earlier.

Hassan Aghajani, head of Qom’s Exporters Union addressed the ceremony as well. He said that measures are underway to increase support for the exporters of the central province.



Source: Islamic Republic News Agency – IRNA

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