Posted on 18 April 2012 .
The under-secretary of the Iraqi Ministry of Industry met a delegation of Iranian companies to discuss industrial cooperation and possibilities of Iranian participation in work opportunities in Iraq.
According to AKnews, the head of the Iranian delegation, Ameen Shari’ati, said that trade between the two countries reached $9 billion dollars.
He hoped this figure would increase, particularly in the areas of edible oils, detergents, electrical and engineering.
Dr. Mark A. DeWeaver
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