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Post by claud39 on Wed Jul 01, 2020 10:28 am

Representative calls demanding the collection of debts of mobile phone companies




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The Economy News - Baghdad



The Communications and Media Committee revealed that the mobile phone companies did not hand over the sales tax amounts that were imposed on the mobile phone recharge cards from 2015 to date.

A member of the Committee, Aswan Salem Al-Keldani, said in a statement reported by the official "Al-Sabah" newspaper and viewed by "Al-Iqtisad News", that "the sales tax - including mobile phone credit cards - was imposed in the year 2015 to increase the amount of money, after the end of the summer," The House of Representatives under the Federal Budget Law, indicating that "although these companies have made the citizen bear those taxes, the government has yet to hand over any amounts that result."

He added, "The amounts due on these companies as debts amounted to about 100 billion dinars, in addition to the existence of dozens of lawsuits that were not settled until now because of pressures to cover up these companies."

And between Al-Chaldani, that "the mobile phone companies have prolonged a lot in order to keep their debts indefinitely, despite the passing of Iraq in more than one financial crisis, and the money that those companies have in their possession could be invested to improve the economic situation of the country," demanding "the Prime Minister to intervene seriously to resolve this." The issue is as quickly as possible, given that Iraq is in urgent need of any sums that it can invest to pay its employees salaries, compensation and other things. "

Al-Chaldani said, "Some companies have defrauded the executive institutions after they showed their returns to foreign companies since 2015, and this entails the payment of double sums that must be paid to the government without," without.

He hinted that "the debts on these companies accumulated since the beginning of their work in Iraq in 2004 until now, due to the negligence of some parties with them, while the mobile companies operating in the majority of the countries of the world are the ones that are constantly demanding the return of their debts."





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Representative calls demanding the collection of debts of mobile phone companies Empty Communications: The process of shock stopped wasting 7 billion dinars in two governorates

Post by claud39 on Wed Jul 01, 2020 10:31 am

Communications: The process of shock stopped wasting 7 billion dinars in two governorates




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The Economy News - Baghdad



The Ministry of Communications announced, on Wednesday, the suspension of the waste of 7 billion dinars during the shock process in the provinces of Diyala and Nineveh, while it revealed a project expected to improve Internet service in the country.

The Director General of the Communications and Informatics Department at the Ministry, Basem Al-Asadi, said in a statement reported by the official news agency "Waaa" and seen by "Al-Iqtisad News", that "the shock operation was stopped during the waste of about four billion dinars in Diyala and 3 billion dinars in Nineveh."

He added that "all capacities were escaping through the Kurdistan region," stressing that "the operation was carried out under the supervision of the Prime Minister and joint coordination between the ministry, the media and communications agency, the national security and intelligence services and the popular crowd, in addition to the Kurdistan regional government."

He pointed out that the process continues until the smuggling operations are eliminated.

He explained, "The domestic market needs between 90 to 130 Linds (capacity measurement unit), while there are currently about 75 Linds at," stressing that "smuggled capacities are estimated from 15 to 35 Linds."

He pointed out that "the smuggler notes that there is an appropriate environment for him to smuggle the capacities, as there is a big difference in prices between Iraq and the neighboring countries," stressing "the need to eliminate differences in prices to cut the way for smugglers."

He continued, "The ministry has a project for access gates, for which an amount of 19 billion dinars has been allocated for the implementation of the first stage of it by one of the security agencies, and because of the routine and conditions experienced by Iraq at the end of last year, it prevented receiving the amount and proceeding with the implementation of the project."

And that "the Media and Communications Commission allocated to the Ministry an amount of 12.5 billion dinars, while the remainder of the amount will be added for the purpose of implementing the project from the General Company for Communications and Informatics from its operational budget." 

Al-Asadi said that stopping smuggling operations has nothing to do with improving the internet service, pointing out that the improvement of the service depends mainly on changing the work of the internet method in Iraq from "Wi-Fi" to "FTJ".

He went on to say that "this project will make us dispense with towers and replace them with poetic lines of light for every home."







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