Iraq businesses hurt by protests

Weeks of anti-government protests in Iraq are damaging trade.

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    Weeks of anti-government protests in Iraq are damaging trade.

    Some shop owners are struggling to stay in business because of roadblocks, port closures and internet interruptions.

    While many say they are sympathetic towards protesters' demands, they also want a return to stability.

    Al Jazeera's Simona Foltyn reports from Baghdad.


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