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Baghdad Expo
Economy, Domestic Economy

Baghdad Expo

An exhibition of Iranian products will be held in the Iraqi capital Baghdad, from February 16 to 19, IRNA reported. Some 250 Iranian companies will take part in the exhibition, showcasing their products and services in various fields such as oil industry, construction, water and electricity industry, pharmaceutical products and medical equipment, technical and engineering services, food industry, home appliances, detergent materials and automotive industry. First Vice-President Es’haq Jahangiri, the minister of industries, mine and trade, Mohammad-Reza Namatzadeh, among other top officials will be traveling to Iraq to open the exposition. Iran exported $5.3 billion worth of non-oil products to Iraq during the first ten months of the current Iranian year (March 21, January 20), while the value of technical and engineering services export stood at $400 million.

 

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