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Iran: Fishery exports exceed 102,000 tons in 9 months

Iran
Market & Price Trends
Published Jan 14, 2024

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Iran exported over 100,000 tons of fishery products worth $228.332 million in the first nine months of the current Iranian calendar year, including ornamental fish, carp, trout, halva fish, and flounder. The country's aquaculture industry is progressing and has world rankings in the production of certain fishery products, with potential for up to $2 billion in exports. Iran is considered a model for the region and the world in terms of its responsible and central role in the fishing and aquaculture industry, with fishery exports increasing by 67% in the previous year.
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TEHRAN – Iran exported 102,352 tons of fishery products worth $228.332 million in the first nine months of the current Iranian calendar year (March 21-December 21, 2023), the spokesman of the International Relations and Trade Development Committee of Iran's House of Industry, Mining and Trade said. According to Ruhollah Latifi, the Islamic Republic exported 328 tons of ornamental fish, 14,036 tons of carp, 10,765 tons of trout, 349 tons of halva fish and 5,672 tons of flounder in the mentioned nine months, IRIB reported. Iran's aquaculture industry is on a wave of progress and has world ranks in the production of some fishery products. According to the head of the Iran Fisheries Organization (IFO), the country exported $600 million worth of fishery products in the previous Iranian calendar year 1401. Announcing a positive balance of $520 million in the previous year, Hossein Hosseini said that there is a capacity of up to $2 billion in exports for the country's fishery industry. ...
Source: Tehrantimes
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