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Shafaq News/ The International Monetary Fund announced, on Thursday, that Iraq imported goods and services worth $105 billion in 2022.
The fund stated in a table seen by Shafaq News agency that "Iraq imported goods and services in the year 2022, amounting to 105.4 billion dollars," noting that "these revenues increased from the years 2020 and 2021, which amounted to 60 and 72.8 billion dollars, respectively."
The fund expected that "the value of imports in Iraq for goods and services will remain the same for the year 2023, while it will rise for the year 2024 to reach 123.8 billion dollars."
He pointed out that "Iraq came third among the Arab oil-producing countries with the highest value of imports of goods and services after the UAE and Saudi Arabia, whose imports of the latter two for the year 2022 amounted to 303.1 billion dollars and 252.7 billion dollars, respectively, while Bahrain was the least Arab oil-producing country importing goods." and services, with a value of $31.6 billion for the year 2022.
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