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    Cargo ships arrive at Iraqi ports

    BASRA / Aswat al-Iraq: The Iraqi ports of Umm Qasr and Abu Falous on Thursday received nine merchant ships carrying varied cargos, the public relations and media director at the State Company for Iraqi Ports said.

    Eight ships, coming from Panama, the United States and Liberia, have arrived at the Umm Qasr Port, Anmar al-Safi told Aswat al-Iraq news agency.
    The ships transported containers, pipes, iron, fuel, and a varied cargo.
    Meanwhile, the Abu Falous port has received one ship from the United Arab Emirates with a cargo of 100 containers, Safi added.
    The Shiite province of Basra, 590 km south of the Iraqi capital Baghdad, has five commercial ports and two oil ports: al-Maaqal, established in 1916 by the British forces and handed over to Iraqi authorities in 1937; and Faw, a small port on the al-Faw Peninsula near the Shatt al-Arab and the Persian Gulf.
    In the early 1970s, Umm al-Qasr port was built, and in 1974, Khour al-Zubeir and Abu Falous ports were established on the Shatt al-Arab.
    Basra is the cradle of the first civilization of Sumer. It has the seven main Iraqi ports. The first built in Islam 14 A.H. (After Hegira), the city played an important role in early Islamic history.
    The area surrounding Basra has substantial petroleum resources and many oil wells. The city’s oil refinery has a production capacity of about 140,000 barrels per day (bpd).
    Basra is in a fertile agricultural region, with major products including rice, maize corn, barley, pearl millet, wheat and dates as well as livestock.
    A network of canals flowed through the city, giving it the nickname “The Venice of the Middle East” at least at high tide.

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    Thanks for the post.

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    All this means to me is that the iraq economy is jump starting !!!!!!!!!! good news!!!!

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