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Slow down the export of agricultural crops to Iraq after raising customs tariffs

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Post by rocky on Wed 25 Apr 2018, 3:15 am

Slow down the export of agricultural crops to Iraq after raising customs tariffs
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The head of the Agriculture, Water and Food Industry Committee of the Tehran Chamber of Commerce, Kawa Zerkran, attributed the slow export of Iranian agricultural crops and foodstuffs to raising Iraq's import tariffs.
"The export of Iranian agricultural crops and foodstuffs to Iraq during the first seven months grew, but this rate has declined after that period. Iraq is the main destination for the export of agricultural crops and foodstuffs," Zirkran said.
"These commodities account for 13 percent of Iran's total non-oil exports, with exports last year worth $ 5 billion and $ 930 million.
He stressed that " the export of agricultural crops and food to some countries , including Iraq and the United Arab Emirates and Vietnam witnessed a decline in the past year , while the export of such goods record to other countries , including Afghanistan, Pakistan, Hong Kong, Turkey and Germany growth. Finished 1


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