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One of the solutions to solve and resolve the economic crisis of border villages in the border areas is reopening the borders in the form of markets and customs and exploiting much commercial potential of these areas. In this regard, using a descriptive-analytic method the present applied study addresses the effect of establishing border markets of Piran and Darreh Voran and Bashmaq Custom in the development of the border areas in Khav and Mirabad border village. In the theoretical phase the data were gathered using library resources and in the practical phase the data were gathered via interview and questionnaire. Cochran formula was used to determine the sample size. 260 rural households from the 11,407 households were selected as samples and the questionnaires were distributed randomly among them. The data analysis using descriptive and inferential statistics, one and two-sample t-tests, Kruskal-Wallis, Spearman and Wilcoxon showed that the existing marketplaces and customs in villages in rural areas have little impact on the development of rural areas while the analysis showed that the markets have created favorable changes just in physical-environmental dimension. Also, there is a significant relationship between the hope for the future optimal performance of these economic gates in the development of rural areas of the villages and job-dependence of the villagers to them, age and distance from the border.