Tehran: The share of Iranian trade in the Iraqi market is 25% and enjoys the highest[/rtl]
[rtl]Date: Editor: 2019/11/14 9:38 • 74 times read[/rtl]
The head of the Trade Organization of the Ministry of Industry, Trade and Mines Hamid Zadboom, Thursday, that the Iraqi government did not impose discriminatory duties on imports of Iranian goods.
The Iraqi government did not impose any discriminatory tariffs against Iranian trade and goods as restrictions on imports of goods into Iraq include not only Iran, Zadboom said during a meeting of the Working Group on Borders, Customs and Trade in the Kurdistan Region (Western Iran) of the Council of Dialogue between the government and the private sector. Are general limitations.
He pointed out that the share of Iranian trade in the Iraqi market is 25 percent and enjoys the highest rate despite all the negative publicity raised by some in this area.
Iran's 11 percent increase in imports of Iraqi goods over the past six months is a sign of growing trade from both sides, he said.
Referring to the Syrian commercial market, he said that we now have a free trade agreement with Syria, and because of the improved conditions in it, we seek to have a large share of this market until next year.
He stressed that the large markets for the development of exports should not be ignored and given the length of the sea route we can reach Syria through Iraq as the Kurdistan border is the best route for this trade.
It is noteworthy that the meeting of the dialogue between the government and the private sector in the province of Kurdistan was held on Thursday in the presence of Assistant President of the Republic for economic affairs Mohammed Nahavandian.
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