June 18, 2001
An official Iraqi newspaper urged neighboring states on Sunday, June 17, to stand firm against British and US efforts to impose "smart" sanctions on Baghdad, warning that their interests were also at
Iraq is to open a free trade zone near the Syrian border under the terms of an accord with Damascus launched in April, the Iraqi customs chief said Sunday, June 17. Hamid Shaker Mahmoud, quoted in Al
June 17, 2001
Contracts worth $3.8 million to export Omani products to Iraq have been secured by Omani private businesses after bilatral trade relations improved.
Iraqi Trade Minister Mohammad Mahdi Saleh charged Saturday that the “smart sanctions” proposed by Britain and the United States aimed to hamper commer
The volume of trade between Egypt and Iraq is set to surpass $2.5 billion before year-end, Egypt's charge d'affaires in Baghdad said Friday, June 15. "Egyptian-Iraqi relations are constantly improvin
Iraq's Trade Minister Mohammad Mehdi Saleh charged Saturday, June 16, that the "smart" sanctions proposed by Britain and the United States aim to hamper commerce between Baghdad and other Arab capital
June 15, 2001
Egypt's charge d’affairs in Baghdad has said that the trade volume between the two Arab countries is expected to reach $2.5 billion by the end of the
Saudi Arabia denied on Friday Kuwaiti news reports that Syria had reservations about a Saudi proposal to pump its oil via a particular pipeline, with
June 14, 2001
Lebanon will sign a free trade agreement with Iraq in July, joining the ranks of Egypt, Libya, Tunisia and Syria.
Saudi Arabia may use a seized Iraqi oil pipeline running through the kingdom to transport gas after carrying out repairs and technical changes, a Saud
Malaysia on Wednesday, June 13, sent a medical mission to Iraq and reiterated its support for decade-old UN sanctions on Baghdad to be lifted. The mission ― dubbed the "peace and friendship flight" ―
A sea link between Iraq and Southeast Asia was launched on Wednesday, June 13, as a ship from Indonesia arrived in the southern port of Um Qasr on a maiden trip, the official news agency INA reported.
Lebanon will sign a free trade agreement with Iraq in July, joining the ranks of Egypt, Libya, Tunisia and Syria, the chief of the Lebanese industrial association was quoted Wednesday, June 13, as say
A private Turkish company will launch charter flights from Turkey to Iraq next week, the first time since the 1991 Gulf War, a spokeswoman for the firm said Wednesday, June 13. The planes of the compa
American energy sources have reported that the country’s oil and gasoline reserves have recently experienced significant growth.