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Iraq is in the process of buying 50,000 tons of wheat

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Iraq is in the process of buying 50,000 tons of wheat

Post by RamblerNash on Sun Jul 22, 2018 12:42 pm

Iraq is in the process of buying 50,000 tons of wheat

The country is suffering from severe drought ...

22/07/2018 - 12:26 Economy / Iraq

Iraq is seeking to buy 50 thousand tons of wheat to meet the needs of the country, amid an unprecedented drought hit the country, in conjunction with the water crisis caused by the reduction of neighboring countries water supplies to Iraqi territory.

The Iraqi Ministry of Commerce said in a statement on Sunday that it is seeking to buy 50 thousand tons of wheat in a global tender.

The ministry wants to buy American, Canadian or Australian wheat.

Baghdad has banned farmers from growing many crops that consume large amounts of water because of drought and shrinking freshwater flows.

Drought problems and shrinking water levels have been compounded by Turkey's plan to fill a huge dam on the Tigris, which has already begun but has stalled after complaints from Iraq. About 70 percent of Iraq's water resources come from its neighbors.

The Iraqi Ministry of Trade stated that the deadline for submission of bids in the tender is July 29, with the offer valid until August 2.


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