TEHERAN/ Aswat al-Iraq: Iran announced that its exports to Iraq reached to $4.59 billion during the last nine months.
Iranian Erna news agency reported that Iranian total non-oil exports reached to $72 billion.
The news agency added that Iranian imports during the last nine months reached to $40.47 billion with a decrease of 10.5% in comparison with the last year.
Iranian customs department announced at the beginning of last December that Iraq is "a pioneering state in importing Iranian commodities".
Since 2003 downfall of the previous regime, Iraq depended on Iranian commodities, particularly foodstuffs.
11 border vents were opened between the two countries, which enabled the flow of Iranian goods and trade exchange, including electricity and oil products.
Iraqi Parliamentary Economic Commission utters its "concern" of the increase in Iranian exports to Iraq, which will lead to "minimize" Iraqi dollar and local currencies.