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Finance defines prohibited items from import

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Finance defines prohibited items from import

Post by claud39 on Sun Feb 10, 2019 7:20 am

http://economy-news.net/content.php?id=15359


 Finance defines prohibited items from import


02/10/2019









Economy News Baghdad



On Sunday, the Ministry of Finance set aside some of the banned items from Iraq in a list of 37 articles.
The list includes a variety of items, including " sweets for children in the form of cans and toys, all kinds of violence, chilled fish and recycled plastic, which are included in the preservation of food."
The list also included " electronic cigarettes, contaminated drums and radioactive sources (with the consent of the Iraqi Authority for Control of Radioactive Sources), Canadian meat and pork, as well as electronic and security equipment and equipment (with special approvals)."
It also included "used furniture and cement of all kinds (except white with the approval of the cabinet), raging tools, used materials, Israeli products, antiques, paintings and ancient carpets, as well as damaged cars.

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