Imports refer to the services or goods that are bought by a country’s residents from other countries across the world, instead of buying from domestic producers or providers. Importing goods leads to an outflow of money from the country because import transactions involve the buyer making a payment to a seller in another country.
Exports are services and products that are made domestically and then sold to clients outside of that country. Exports involve an inflow of money to the producer or provider’s country. This is because export transactions entail selling domestic products or services to a client residing in a different country.
Pros of imports and exports:
Are there any limitations of doing imports and exports:
With all these things considered we proudly say that We have been working in this field since 1995 and it should be also mentioned that we are able to import and export the all permitted goods and we have a brilliant history in this filed.
So lets check out some of goods that we export:
Iranian dates fruit: Iranian dates fruit are one of the most famous dates in the world. Iran shares about 20 percent of the world dates production and it is the second-largest producer dates in the world. (Dates fruit in Persian called: Khorma [خرما] )
Honey: Iran is one of the largest honey-producing countries worldwide and is considered as an important source of honey for international markets.
According to statistics from the Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations (FAOSTAT), Iran is ranked 9th worldwide in average annual production of honey between 1993 and 2018.This fact implies that Iran can be a considerable supplier of honey for the international market.
Sampling: For the present study, the Iranian provinces West Azerbaijan, East Azerbaijan and Ardabil were chosen because they are respectively ranked as the 1st to the 3rd for honey production in Iran.
Nuts: The nuts industry in Iran is an ancient one, dating back thousands of years and making up a strong component of Iranian agricultural life. Iran ranks 1st in fruit production in the Middle East and North Africa. Among its products, there are pistachios, almonds, walnuts, raisins, hazelnut.
Since 1963, Iran has been one of the leading producers and exporters of dried fruit and nuts such as pistachios, raisins, almonds and all kinds of Iranian dates. Iran produces more than 1.18 million tons of different kinds of nuts every year, close to 800,000 tons of which is consumed domestically and the rest is exported.
Some cities are known for their nuts, such as Estahban which is known for its dry-fig, Tabriz for its walnut, Kerman for its pistachio.80% of pistachios produced by Iran has been exported to abroad, and by the year 2016 Iran was the biggest exporters in pistachio,however recently America overtook in exporting pistachio and almond.
Plant Scientists found that nuts are full of mineral and non-saturated useful fats and using them is recommended by nutritionists. Next time you come to Iran make sure you don’t miss trying some Iranian nuts.