Iran,Exports over dlrs 4b worth of industrial,Mineral products
2005 April 12
April 12, IRNA -Over 14.5 million tons of mineral and industrial
products valued at over four billion dollars were exported from Iran
in the last Iranian calendar year of 1383 (ended March 20, 2005),
Iran's Mine House announced Tuesday.|
The exported products indicated rises of 30.6 percent
and 13.6 percent in terms of value and weight respectively, compared
Ironware, petrochemical, chemical and oil products,
clothing, foodstuff, automobiles and spare parts, detergent and
handicrafts were among the main industrial and mineral products
exported from the country during the same period.
Economic news in brief (April 12,2005)
Qeshm’s handcraftsmanship income reaches Rls.5b|
TEHRAN – Director of the Qeshm Free Zone Handicraft Producers Office said that
the island obtained some five billion rials from selling its handicrafts last
“Since 2001, over 1900 people have enthusiastically participated in the
educational courses on handicraft making in Qeshm,” he added, implying that
people are still registering for the classes. The art-industry has recently
become a common field of interest and work for the youth in the southern island.
Austrians to invest in Chabahar’s steel mill project
TEHRAN – Austrian investors are to put their money in the construction project
of a giant steel mill in the southern port city of Chabahar.
The Austrian side is expected to provide a 100-million-dollar finance for the
project. The factory will produce steel ingots and other products out of iron
wastes. Some 1300 billion rials, half of which in construction plans, have been
invested in various projects in Chabahar since it was officially declared a free
trade zone several years ago. Meanwhile, a new commercial dock, with a capacity
of 100,000 tons, will come into operation in this port city within the next
20-day exports to Iraq exceed 20,000 tons
TEHRAN – An official in Shalamcheh customs office stated that they exported in
excess of 20 thousand tons of commodities to Iraq in the first 20 days of the
New Iranian Year.
“One hundred trucks and trailers carry large non-oil goods to the Iraqi ports
every day via the international border of Shalamcheh,” he added, pointing to
cement, metalwork, non-alcoholic beverages, natural and farm fish, mineral water
and home appliances as the main items that are exported to Iraq. Last year, some
500,000 tons of goods, valued at $110 million, were transported to Iraq via
Shalamcheh. The city, which is located 16km west of Khorramshahr, lies in the
borderline between Iran and Iraq.
rn corner of the northeastern province of Golestan.
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