Rail freight may be key to Iraq ambition to rival Jebel Ali and the Suez Canal
Iraq’s ambitious plans for its future mega-port to offer an alternative to other Middle Eastern ...
The bad news from Iraq, where today two more towns were seized by militants, has not yet closed down freight services into the country, reports Lloyds Loading List. Emirates and Etihad continue to fly freighters in, but some truck services, especially near Erbil, Tikrit and Mosul are facing delays as some roads have been closed.
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