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Barberries: exports more than double

August 4, 2021 at 9:29 AM, Der AUDITOR
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TEHRAN. Barberry exports have more than doubled on last year in the first quarter of the Iranian year (21 March - 20 June). Now the situation has, however, changed. Many farmers prefer not to sell.

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Customs data shows that Iran shipped 158,385 kg of dried barberries overeas between 21 March and 20 June, which is 109% up on the 75,862 kg exported in the same period last year. This hike is mainly attributed to the depreciation of the Iranian rial and the vaccination campaigns that are helping many countries to return to more normal situations in times of the pandemic. As foreign exchange rates increased by around 60% on average traders and farmers were encouraged to offer attractively low prices in the international market. Turkey (40.626 kg),

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