HAMEDAN, July 7 (MNA) – The head of Hamedan Province’s Customs Department here on Monday announced that the province’s exports in the first quarter of the current Iranian year (started March 20) shows a 13 percent rise in terms of value over the figure of the corresponding period in last year.

ISNA quoted Mohammad Shahbazi as saying “exporting 16,117 tons of products valued at $13.4 million in the mentioned period indicates also a one percent rise in terms of weight.”

The province exported raisins, potatoes, hand-woven carpets, earthenware, and hand-made glassware to Canada, Germany, India, Italy, Romania, Greece, Russia, and the Persian Gulf littoral states.

------Customs levies 5% import tax on gasoline-fueled cars

TEHRAN – The Fuel Transportation Committee gave a nod to the imposition of five percent tax upon the imported gasoline-fueled cars.

The tax is levied upon types of cars that burn more than 6 liters of fuel per 100 kilometers except hybrid cars, ambulances and fire engines, as well as police cars.

According to the Ministry of Economic Affairs and Finance, the Islamic Republic of Iran Customs Administration is obliged to remit 5 percent of the customs charges and import taxes to the public coffers.




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