Indian, Chinese firms invest in Maku free zone

Indian, Chinese firms invest in Maku free zone

Indian, Chinese firms invest in Maku free zone

 

 
Speaking at a press conference, Hossein Forouzan said “according to statistics, 16 billion dollars of foreign transit entered the country through Bazargan border last year while the same amount was exported via other borders."
 
Forouzan rejected the existence of very long truck lines at Bazargan border adding “a total of 400 trucks are commuting between the two countries.”
 
“Due to security issues that have emerged in Turkey in the recent months, Turkish Customs stops working for a couple of hours during the night which might cause some delay in the process,” he added.
 
The managing director of Maku Free Trade and Industrial Zone went on to say that “currently, one arrival line and one departure line are active at the border while two more lines have been constructed and will soon become operational to facilitate the truck traffic.”

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