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Ministry of Industry: the selection of Iraq to the presidency of the Arab Union for leather industries

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Ministry of Industry: the selection of Iraq to the presidency of the Arab Union for leather industries

Post by claud39 on Sun Dec 23, 2018 8:02 pm

http://www.almirbad.com/news/view.aspx?cdate=23122018&id=847b405c-b529-4112-84fc-ef5c38eb9ef5


Ministry of Industry: the selection of Iraq to the presidency of the Arab Union for leather industries



Sunday, December 23, 2018










The Ministry of Industry and Minerals announced the selection of Iraq to the presidency of the Arab Federation of Leather Industries under the Council of Economic Unity of the League of Arab States during the elections held in Cairo, Egypt.
The General Director of the General Company for Textile and Leather Industries Riyad Abdul Hussain confirmed that this achievement is unprecedented, as the headquarters of the Federation will be transferred to Baghdad after Iraq obtained the presidency of the Union and Egypt for the position of Deputy The first and Syria for the second deputy.
Al-Shammari pointed out that the Arab Union is an Arab international organization that deals with leather industries in the Arab world.

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Council of Arab Economic Unity

Post by claud39 on Sun Dec 23, 2018 8:06 pm

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Council_of_Arab_Economic_Unity


Council of Arab Economic Unity

The Council of Arab Economic Unity (CAEU) (Arabic: مجلس الوحدة الاقتصادي العربي‬) was founded by EgyptIraqJordanKuwaitLibyaMauritaniaPalestineSaudi ArabiaSudanTunisiaSyriaUnited Arab Emirates and Yemen on May 30, 1964, following an agreement in 1957 by the Economic Council of the Arab League.[1]

Objectives




According to The Economic Unity Agreement approved on June 3, 1957, the Council of Arab Economic Unity desires to "Organize and consolidate economic relations among the States of the Arab League on bases that are consistent with the natural and historical links among them; and to provide the best conditions for flourishing their economies, developing their resources and ensuring the prosperity of their countries."[2] The bases of economic relations between states in the Council of Arab Economic Unity are outlined in Chapter 1, Articles 1 and 2 of The Economic Unity Agreement:

Article 1

Article 1 delineates each member state's rights to:

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[*]Personal and capital mobility

[*]Free exchange of goods and products

[*]Exercise of residence and economic endeavors (work, employment, etc.)

[*]Transit and use of ports and airports

[*]Possession and inheritance

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Article 2

Article 2 behooves the signatories of The Economic Unity Agreement to work towards the objectives specified in Article 1 by:

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[*]Merging into a unified customs area

[*]Unifying their import and export policies

[*]Unifying their regulations with regard to transit

[*]Jointly negotiating agreements with other states

[*]Unifying and coordinating legislation to achieve equal conditions of agriculture, industry and trade among member states

[*]Coordinating legislation with regard to labor and social security

[*](a) Coordinating "government and municipal taxes and duties and all taxes pertaining to agriculture, industry, trade, real estate, and capital investments" to achieve equivalent business climates among member states; (b) Avoiding double-taxing nationals of member states

[*]Coordinating monetary and fiscal policies

[*]Unifying "statistical methods of classification and tabulations"

[*]Adopting any other measures consistent with the stated objectives of Articles 1 and 2[2]

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Agadir Agreement  [  edit  ]

"The Agadir Agreement" for the establishment of a free trade zone between the Arab Mediterranean Nations was signed in RabatMorocco on 25 February 2004.[3] The agreement aimed at establishing free trade between JordanTunisiaEgypt and Morocco which was seen as a first potential step in the formation of the Euro-Mediterranean free trade area as envisaged in the Barcelona Process.[4] All members of the Agadir Agreement have since joined the "Greater Arab Free Trade Area", effectively superseding the agreement.

Greater Arab Free Trade Area[edit]

The "Greater Arab Free Trade Area" (GAFTA) is a pan-Arab free trade zone that came into existence in 1997. It was founded by 14 countries: Bahrain, Egypt, Iraq, Kuwait, Lebanon, Libya, Morocco, Oman, Qatar, Saudi Arabia, Sudan, Syria, Tunisia, and the United Arab Emirates.[5][6] The formation of GAFTA followed the adoption of the "Agreement to Facilitate and Develop Trade Among Arab Countries" (1981) by the Arab League's Economic and Social Council (ESC) and the approval by seventeen Arab League member-states at a summit in AmmanJordan of the "Greater Arab Free Trade Area Agreement" (1997). In 2009, Algeria joined GAFTA as the eighteenth member-state. GAFTA is supervised and run by the ESC.[7]
The members participate in 96% of the total internal Arab trade, and 95% with the rest of the world by applying the following conditions:
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[*]Instruct the inter-customs fees:To reduce the customs on Arab products by 10% annually, the 14 Arab states reported their custom tariff programs to the Security Council of the Arab League to coordinate them. Syria was excepted and uses the Brussels tariffs system.

[*]Applying the locality of the Arab products:All members have shared their standards and specifications to help their products move smoothly from one country to another.The League has also created a project to apply the Arab Agriculture Pact:Which is to share the standards of the agricultural sector and inject several restrictions and specifications.The Arab League granted exceptions, which allowed for a customs rate for certain goods to six members for several goods, however requests for additional exceptions were rejected by MoroccoLebanon and Jordan.

[*]Private sectors:The League created a database and a service to inform and promote the private sector's benefits.

[*]Communication:The Economic and Social Council in its sixty-fifth meeting agreed on pointing a base for communication to ease communication between member states, and to work on easing interaction between the private and public sectors to further apply the Greater Arab Free Trade Area.

[*]Customs Duties:In the sixty-seventh meeting the Economic and Social Council agreed that a 40% decrease on customs on goods in the past 4 years of the GAFTA would continue and following the decisions at the Amman summit, the members will make efforts to eliminate all customs duties on local goods.

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