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Iran complains of stunt to Iraqi vegetable traders

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Iran complains of stunt to Iraqi vegetable traders

Post by RamblerNash on Sun Sep 02, 2018 9:14 pm

Iran complains of stunt to Iraqi vegetable traders

Twilight News

5 hours ago

(Reuters) - An Iranian official accused Iraqi traders of causing high prices of three types of cheating in his country.

The head of the Union of Vegetables in Iran said that Iraqi traders have recently started buying potatoes, green peppers and tomatoes directly from farmers and farmers at a nominal price of 1,700 tomans per kilo - less than 100 Iraqi dinars.

"Any traders should buy vegetables from the top directly, not from the peasants, but Iraqi traders take advantage of the need for farmers and farmers to exchange cash directly and buy these vegetables at cheap prices."

He added that during this short period, the prices of vegetables in Iran's markets increased by 80% because of the large demand on it and a lack in the local market or higher by Iraqi traders as well as the entry of traders from Pakistan and Afghanistan on this line.


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