[size=38]The Rate Of Trade Exchange At A Border Crossing With Iran Increased By 5%[You must be registered and logged in to see this link.] LAST UPDATE 01/13/2022 | 8:49 PM
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On Thursday, a government official confirmed that the rate of trade exchange at a border crossing with Iran increased by 5% within 24 hours.
The director of Mandali District Agency (90 km east of Baquba), Mazen Al-Khuzaie, said in an interview with "The Information", that "the rate of trade exchange at the Mandali border crossing with Iran increased by 5% during the past 24 hours."
He added, "The rise came due to the increasing demand of merchants and companies to divert the import of goods from the Mandali port in recent months for various reasons, most notably the security stability and the proximity of the port to several governorates, including Baghdad, in addition to the available facilities."
He pointed out that "the Mandali crossing is approaching its activity before the emergence of the Corona pandemic two years ago, pointing out that the epidemic has greatly affected the crossing's activity in the past months, but the indicators indicate the return of activity at an accelerated rate."
The Mandali port is one of the most important ports in eastern Iraq, and it is dedicated to commercial exchange exclusively