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Iran announces the export of 100,000 tons of Iranian goods with standard specifications to Iraq Empty Iran announces the export of 100,000 tons of Iranian goods with standard specifications to Iraq

Post by RamblerNash on Tue Dec 17, 2019 12:43 am

Iran announces the export of 100,000 tons of Iranian goods with standard specifications to Iraq

Iran announces the export of 100,000 tons of Iranian goods with standard specifications to Iraq Story_img_5df5ea9d30f46

12/15/2019 11:09

(Baghdad: Al Furat News) The Director General of the Standards Organization in the province of Ilam, western Iran, has announced the export of more than 100,000 tons of goods of standard specifications to Iraq through the Mehran border crossing (corresponding to Zarbata) since March 21, 2019.

"Most of the commodities included construction materials, including iron ore, building stones, chemicals, tiles, and iron, along with electrical tools and auto parts," she explained, "Mehnaz Hamti" in a statement today, quoted by Fars News Agency.

It pointed out that "a thousand tests of export commodities were conducted to examine their compliance with standards during the said period." is over

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