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Iranian official: Tehran loses its economic status in Baghdad in favor of Riyadh

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Iranian official: Tehran loses its economic status in Baghdad in favor of Riyadh

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Iranian official: Tehran loses its economic status in Baghdad in favor of Riyadh

The head of the industry and trade of young Iranian Reza Amidouar Arhashi, that Iran has begun to lose the Iraqi market in favor of Saudi Arabia, while noting that the Iraqi authorities do not allow the entry of Iranian trucks loaded with goods.
"Tehran is losing its economic position in Baghdad and Saudi Arabia is replacing it," he was quoted as saying by IRNA.
The Iranian official accused Baghdad of not dealing transparently in its trade relations with Tehran, saying that the prevention of Iranian trucks increased the cost of trade for Iranian traders.
He also criticized the military spending in Iraq while Iraq's economic benefits have become the share of Saudi Arabia, "as he put it. 
The Iraqi government has increased tariffs on goods imported from Iran two years ago, and this decision to reduce the export of goods from Iran to Iraq.
The agreement between Saudi Arabia and Iraq on the reduction of customs duties led to the loss of the Iraqi market for Iranian companies. The head of the industry and trade of Iranian youth said that Saudi Arabia is currently providing Iraq's needs of cement after Iran had done so and was stopped because of high customs costs.

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Iranian official attacked Baghdad: We lost the Iraqi market for Saudi Arabia and Tehran to interven

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Shafaq News / The head of the industry and trade of young Iranian Reza Amidouar Arhashi, that Iran began to lose the Iraqi market in favor of Saudi Arabia, saying that the Iraqi authorities do not allow the entry of Iranian trucks loaded with goods. 
"Iran is losing its economic position in Baghdad and Saudi Arabia is replacing it," he said. 
"The Iranian official accused Baghdad of not dealing transparently in its trade relations with Tehran, saying that the prevention of Iranian trucks increased the cost of trade for Iranian traders." 
He also criticized the military spending in Iraq while Iraq's economic benefits have become the share of Saudi Arabia, "as he put it . 
The Iraqi government has increased tariffs on goods imported from Iran two years ago, and this decision to reduce the export of goods from Iran to Iraq.
The agreement between Saudi Arabia and Iraq on the reduction of customs duties led to the loss of the Iraqi market for Iranian companies. The head of the industry and trade of Iranian youth said that Saudi Arabia is currently providing Iraq's needs of cement after Iran had done so and was stopped because of high customs costs. 
In the past, Iran was one of the major suppliers of cement in Iraq. Abdul Ridha Shekhan, secretary of the Iranian Cement Industry Association, said last year that he was conducting consultations to remove import restrictions on cement from Iran to Iraq, and the problem would be resolved soon. 
For his part, demanded the head of the Industry and Trade of the Iranian youth Reza Amidouar Arhashi, the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of his country to communicate with Iraq to resolve these problems and said that Iraq's trade policies with Iran are becoming significant losses for Iranian traders.



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