First Look Despite potential trade sanctions, Kurds continue with exports

The Iraqi government and neighboring nations threatened a crackdown on trade with the Kurdish region following its independence vote. Sanctions could hurt the region's economy but Kurdish leaders are confident their goods are too valuable to the larger economy. 

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More than three weeks after Iraq's Kurds voted for independence, it's business as usual at the bustling Ibrahim Khalil border crossing with Turkey.