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Post by claud39 on Sun Mar 31, 2019 11:53 am


Deputy reveals customs duties on imported goods

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BAGHDAD / Al-Khadafy 

, a member of the Evaluation Committee of the government program and strategic planning, warned on Sunday not to maintain non-oil revenues of the state. 

Khuzai said in a statement received by Al-Ghad Press that "there is concern that the non-oil revenues of the state are not maintained. The most prominent example is the customs revenues. Dollar, according to official government figures, that is, the rate of customs duties on imported goods is 0.013%.

"This means that Iraq only charges one thousand as customs duties on imported goods. If there are other amounts imposed on imported goods, they are unofficial and unregistered and go into pockets of corruption whales, which are very large amounts and even exceed what the government authorities Many times. " 

"The government is exaggerating its new agreements with an additional $ 20 million in visa fees for Iranians, as well as Iranian visitors without real spending because they bring all their needs with them and spend in our local markets, especially after the collapse of the Toman," she said. 

"Where is the government's vision of maximizing revenues and maintaining public money?" Said Khuzaie. "Would not it be better for the government to use the funds it gave to serve the Iraqi people who suffer from a lack of real services needed for decent living or external indebtedness"
It is worth mentioning that starting on Monday, the bilateral agreement between Iraq and Iran will be implemented, according to which the visa fees will be fixed for nearly 7 million Iranian visitors annually. "
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