Iran's exports show growth in first three months of fiscal year

Published Aug 23, 2023

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In the first three months of the current Iranian year, Iran's seafood exports increased by 64% in volume and 59% in value compared to the same period last year, reaching 51,000 tons and 92 million US dollars, respectively. Iran exported various types of seafood, including caught seafood, shrimp, tropical fish, trout, fish feed, and ornamental fish. Iran aims to reach seafood exports worth 800 million US dollars by 2026, and in the previous Iranian year, it exported 181,000 tons of seafood valued at over 605 million US dollars, showing a 9% increase in volume and 8.8% increase in value.
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News from SeafoodNews on August 17, in the first three months of this Iranian year (March 21 to June 21, 2023), compared with the same period last year, Iran’s seafood exports were 51,000 tons, a year-on-year increase of 64%. The export volume was 92 million US dollars, a year-on-year increase of 59%. The export volume in the same period last year was 32,000 tons, and the export value was 56 million US dollars. the During this period, Iran exported 19,000 tons of caught seafood that was not consumed in Iran due to religious beliefs, as well as 7,500 tons of shrimp, 7,500 tons of tropical fish, 2,400 tons of trout, 14,000 tons of fish feed, 600 tons of ornamental fish and canned fish, etc. the Iran plans to export 800 million US dollars of seafood products by 2026. In the last ...
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