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  1. The government imposes a high mark on 9 consumer goods .. know them Release date: 2018/6/10 12:27 • 1087 times read (Baghdad: Al Furat News) The General Secretariat of the Council of Ministers, the decision to impose high customs duties on the import of 9 consumer goods in order to protect the local product. "The Cabinet approved the recommendation of the competent authority in the Department of Industrial Development and Organization of the Ministry of Industry and Minerals on the protection of products by imposing an additional customs fee based on the provisions of Article 14 of the Iraqi Products Protection Act No. 11 of 2010," the statement said. the average". The statement added that "the decision referred to the imposition of an additional tariff of 20% of the value of the unit of measurement of the product of men's suit imported to Iraq from the countries and the creator of all the item of customs {62031900} for four years without reduction and control of the domestic market during the period of application of additional customs fees." He added: "The imposition of an additional customs fee of 30% of the unit of measurement of the producers of a minor white garment means clear to the pots and dishes imported to Iraq from the countries and the creator of all the two items of customs {34022022,34022010} for four years without reduction and control of the local market during the period of application of customs duties Add-in ". "The imposition of an additional customs fee of 50% of the unit of measurement of the product of chicken and chicken pieces and all products contained in the sections of the customs item {02.07} of the imported frozen frozen meat chicken and the countries and all the producers for four years without reduction and control of the local market during the period of application of customs duties With the cancellation of all customs exemptions, whether for the private, public or mixed sectors or for any reason, And imposing an additional tariff of 26% of the unit of measurement of the product of the imported stations to Iraq from all countries and producers for a period of four years without reduction and control of the local market during the period of application of additional customs duties, impose an additional customs fee of 100% Kassel and the PPR imported into Iraq from all countries and exporters of all customs items for a period of four years without reduction, control of the local market during the period of application of additional customs duties, and imposition of an additional tariff of 27% of the unit of measurement of the producers of the Thromstone Block , And LANSOPRAZOL 15MGTABLET importers to Iraq from the countries and the creation of all items of the two items of the Kurdish 30043900 and 68101100 for four years without reduction, and control the domestic market during the period of application of additional customs duties. The statement pointed to "imposing an additional tariff of 200% of the unit of measure of the textbook product for the primary and secondary levels imported to Iraq from the countries and all producers with the customs item 49019930 for four years without reduction and control of the local market during the period of application of additional customs duties." He pointed out that "the imposition of a customs tariff of 85% of the unit of measurement of potato chips imported to Iraq from countries and producers of all the 19059080 customs item for four years without reduction, and control of the domestic market during the period of application of additional customs duties. He pointed out that "the General Customs Authority of the Ministry of Finance applies the additional customs fee for the mentioned products and the notification of the Ministry of Industry and Minerals / Department of Industrial Development and Organization periodically on the quantity of Iraq's imports of the said products of the mentioned products and the additional customs fees collected on imports from the product Foreign currency, value of imports, export countries and importers. The Secretariat of the Council of Ministers that "this decision is implemented as of 5/8/2018," indicating that "came in line with the Iraqi government's directions on the protection of local products and support the national industry."
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