What are the export of goods forbidden from Iran?

Businessmen are always seeking to expand their business and increase their capital. After some time, they find that they cannot be limited to trade within the borders for lucrative activities and increased capital. They know very well that they have to go through trans-boundary activities to advance in the field of business. These activities include import and export. Imports and exports in each country are subject to the specific laws of the same country. One of the most important issues that businessmen should pay attention to in import and export is the permission or prohibition of certain goods for export or import.

One of the most important sectors in the field of export of goods is the timely and rapid information on the export prohibitions declared by the Customs Organization at the request of the country’s executive agencies. These prohibitions are intended to manage the country’s market and economic policies, and exporters will receive a lot of credit and financial damages if they do not know the prohibitions on time.

Many countries have specific policies to allow or prohibition export and import goods. Often these specific trade policies are in import and export, boosting domestic production, industry progress, price stabilization and market control. In recent years, Iran has also been set up for some export and imports for some commodities. The reason for these rules is to encourage domestic producers to increase domestic production and improve the quality of these products as well as the price stability of some of the goods available on the market.

From the point of view of issuance, export goods are divided into three categories of authorized goods, conditional goods and forbidden goods. People who want to exit the product from the country through sample contracting of contributing to the export the goods, they must investigate the export laws and regulations of the destination country and to avoid the export of prohibited goods. Article 126 of the Customs Act describes the prohibition of exporting some goods. This article cites the conditions of some of the commodities that are prohibited from Iran to other countries. Prohibited exported goods are divided into four categories. These categories are:

  1. Prohibited goods on the basis of the sacred law of Islam or by law
  2. Antique or cultural heritages by identify the Ministry of Cultural Heritage, Tourism and Handicrafts
  3. Animal or vegetable items and animal species to preserve genetic reserves or environmental protection according to the list of relevant organizations
  4. Other prohibited goods by specific rules

As a result, the export of goods that are not included in these categories is permitted and will not obstacle.

In addition to all of the above, the government will publish a list of prohibited goods when necessary, and then exporters will not be allowed to export those goods. Here are some of the commodities that have been prohibited from exporting since 2018. Some of these goods are: Frozen or non -frozen meat production domestic or imported, fish powder, notebook, oranges, apples, onions, corn, wheat, barley, bran, straw and alfalfa, oilseeds, aquatic feed, butter, sugar, rubber, paper, iron equipment, industrial machinery, aluminum ingots, primers and multiple products other goods.





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