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Iran’s Exclusive Exhibit in Baghdad
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Iran’s Exclusive Exhibit in Baghdad

Iran’s second exclusive exhibition in Iraq opened on Tuesday. More than 100 Iranian companies are taking part in the event in commercial, industrial and hygienic fields, IRNA reported. The three-day exhibition held at Baghdad’s international fairground will introduce Iran’s investment opportunities in the fields of oil and gas, hygiene, water and dam construction, auto industry, medical equipment, household appliances, engineering and technical services, cellulose industry, agricultural machinery and food. Iranian Minister of Industries, Mining and Trade Mohammad Reza Nematzadeh is scheduled to visit the event at the head of a delegation on Wednesday and hold meetings with Iraqi officials, including his counterpart. Iran-Iraq bilateral trade has seen exponential growth in recent years.

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