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Exports to Iraq Through Sumar Border Terminal Resume

Exports to Iraq Through Sumar Border Terminal Resume Exports to Iraq Through Sumar Border Terminal Resume

Exports of commodities to Iraq through the Sumar Border Terminal in Qasr-e Shirin County of Kermanshah Province restarted from Saturday, after a five-month pause due to border shutdown by the Iraqi authorities.
According to Gilan-e Gharb’s Governor-General Kourosh Mahmoudian, Iran's exports of construction materials, petrochemicals and detergents to Iraq have already resumed through the Sumar border, IRNA reported.
A total of 340,000 tons of goods worth $400,000 were exported to Iraq by 18,000 trucks during the first half of the current Iranian year (March 21-Sept. 22, 2019).

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