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Barberries: exports increase by 45%

January 17, 2022 at 2:41 PM , Der AUDITOR
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TEHRAN. Compared to 2020, Iranian barberry exports almost doubled in 2021. Among other things, a smaller crop and adjustments to the Covid measures contributed to this.

Export demand has increased significantly

Iran's barberry exports increased significantly in 2021 compared to 2020. According to Iran's customs office, 564,839 kg were shipped overseas last year, about 45% more than the 389,293 mt shipped in 2020. Iranian traders cite significantly cheaper prices on the world market and an improvement in trading conditions, which were more affected in 2020, as the main reason for this increase. In 2021, significantly higher export demand was recorded again. In addition, the price of foreign currencies has increased by abou

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