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Post by RamblerNash on Thu Dec 26, 2019 10:57 pm

Iran: Iraq protests reduced our exports by one billion dollars

Iran: Iraq protests reduced our exports by one billion dollars Story_img_5e047cbe950e8

12/26/2019 12:26

{International: Al Furat News} Iran announced that the popular protests in Iraq caused a significant decrease in the value of its exports to the country.

The Secretary of the Chamber of Commerce between Iran and Iraq, Hamid Hosseini, said in a press statement that "the recent protests in Iraq managed to reduce the volume of Iran's exports to Iraq by one billion dollars compared to last year."

It is noteworthy that Iran occupies the second place after Ankara, in terms of trade exchanges with Iraq, as it reaches today about 12 billion dollars annually, less than ten percent of it is the value of Baghdad's exports to Tehran, according to official figures.

Activists launched the "Made in Iraq" campaign in support of the local product, and the campaign has already harvested its fruits, though relatively limited, as the production of some of the local factories (governmental and private) such as dairy and eggs factories and some food and consumer items has increased.

https://alforatnews.com/modules/news/article.php?storyid=224514
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