Exported goods crossed Dogharoon border increased by 50%

"Since the beginning of this year till now, the weight of exported goods through Iran's top border custom office to target markets in Afghanistan has been increased by 50%, and in terms of the value of the U.S. dollar, exports has been raised by 180%, in comparison to the same period last year," the executive director of Dogharoon Special Economic Zone said.

Iran (IMNA) – "This area is one of Iran's main economic hubs with Afghanistan and countries of eastern central Asia due to its location at zero point of the border between Iran and Afghanistan," Seyed Hossein Aghaee said.

"Harat is considered as the main economic zone of Afghanistan, the contiguity of Dogharoon special economic zone to this city has provided a safe context for the production, commercial, and service activities," he added.

"Setting up new job opportunities, promoting the level of regional employment, pursuing regional development policies, establishing economic and industrial poles, and creating a safe place to attract domestic and foreign investors are the main goals of forming Dogharoon special economic zone," he noted.

"Metal, construction materials, bitumen, fuel, nutrients, and MDF are the most important exported goods to Afghanistan that are crossed through Dogharoon customs office," he continued.

Emphasizing on the necessity of active businessmen and drivers' satisfaction in Dogharoon special economic zone, he said, "A measure has been taken out with the cooperation of Dogharoon border office, customs and passport center of Dogharoon to provide necessary services for drivers on Fridays and holidays; we hope that these measures will meet goods owners and merchants' satisfaction."

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