Malaysia cancel car sales to Iraq, stops shipment


KUALA LUMPUR, March 26 (Reuters) - Malaysia will cancel car sales by national carmaker Proton to Iraq, while state-run Malaysian International Shipping Corp has stopped bulk shipments to the Middle East, its trade minister said on Wednesday. Rafidah Aziz, minister of international trade and industry, also said palm oil shipments to Iraq under a United Nations programme has been held up at Abu Dhabi. "The bulk shipments, like palm oil, to the Middle East have already been hit by the war," ...

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