In the Iranian first half-year (starting March 21) $443 million [530 billion Iraqi dinars] worth of goods were exported to Iraq through border crossings in Iran’s Kermanshah Province.
ISNA news agency cited a report by Kermanshah Customs Administration stating that the exported items included cement, fish, dairy products, vegetables, fruit, and confectionary and aluminum retainers.
Also during this period $29 million [35 billion Iraqi dinars] worth of goods were imported into Iran through the province.
Rice, steel and aluminum melting waste, battery-less UPSs and dry sealed-acid batteries made up the main imported items during this period.
(Source: Tehran Times)