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Tariff Laws posted in the Gazette June 1, 2012


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Customs tariff law No. (22) for the year 2010 average

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Law / Document Number (ID): 22

Type of Law: Law

Date Issued: 10 Feb 2010

Date Published: 6 Dec 2010

Status: In force

Summary:

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Name of the people

The Presidency Council

Based on what passed the House of Representatives in accordance with the provisions of subsection (I) of Article (61) and the legal period set forth in paragraph (a) of item (V) of Article (138) of the Constitution .

Issued the following law :

No. (22) for the year 2010

Law

Customs tariff

Article 1 - First, set Alkmarki fees are collected on imported goods according to the rates set forth in the schedules of tariff of customs duties and agricultural calendar attached to this law .

Second, the phrase (tables tariff of customs duties and agricultural calendar) for the purposes of this Act the table that contains sub-items and their symbols and digital sections and chapters, notes, and sub-items according to the Globally Harmonized System of the World Customs Organization .

Third: The tariff schedules of customs duties and agricultural calendar is an integral part of this law .

Article 2 - First: The Council of Ministers upon the request of the Federal Minister of Finance amend the drawing Alkmarki provided for in the tariff schedule of customs duties and agricultural calendar attached to this law in urgent circumstances to the need for economic and monetary actions require protection or reciprocity .

Second, a fee of custom on imported goods is contained in the tariff schedule of customs duties by not exceeding (20%) of its value and the Council of Ministers upon the proposal of Federal Minister of Finance amend this percentage for the same reasons contained in the item - first -.

Third: The fee increase Alkmarki action temporarily and still causes the demise of the event .

Article 3 - First: No fees are collected separately on vessels and on the covers, except as follows :

A - If stated in the customs tariff schedules attached to this law otherwise .

B - If the blood and on the covers do not make up the containers of imported goods and packaging and was one of the usual kind that can promise a commercial commodity .

Second, value added and on the covers vessels subject to the separate fee on the value of their contents, if the drawing is equal to the fee imposed on the content or less of it and met her drawing of custom one .

Article 4 - First, be exempted from the fee set out Alkmarki samples and models that are not of commercial value .

Second: - A - exempt goods imported by mail up to determine the instructions issued by the Federal Minister of Finance .

B - Eisera for the provision of paragraph (a) of this item on consignment split into parts, which are intended to get rid of the fragmentation of payment of the fee for composting .

Article 5 - taken into account in applying the provisions of this law, the facilities afforded by the Investment Law No. 13 of 2006, as amended, on goods imported for the purposes of investment projects exclusively .

Article 6 - First: The Minister of Finance in coordination with the relevant instructions for how to change the organization of materials suitable for human consumption to raw materials for industrial purposes and unfit for human consumption, which required the importer to change .

Second, reduce the fee to substances contained Alkmarki marauding set forth in item (I) of this article by (8.7), seven-eighths of the amount to be paid before the change to be accompanied by a certificate issued by the concerned authorities .

Article 7 - remain in force limitations and constraints imposed on some imports or exports under the Customs Act No. 23 of 1984, as amended, or any other law, unless it was canceled before the entry into force of this law .

Article 8 - Apply the rule of the door (xv) of the Law on Customs No. 23 of 1984 for violating the provisions of Articles (1) and (3) and (4) and paragraph (B) of item (ii) of Article (5) and item (II ) of Article (6) of this law .

Article 9 - First: The Law of the customs tariff number (77) for the year 1955. The Coalition Provisional Authority Order (dissolved) No. (54) for the year 2004 (policy of trade liberalization for the year 2004) and the Coalition Provisional Authority Order (dissolved) No. (38) for the year 2003 (tax the reconstruction of Iraq and its amendments).

Second: The Broken any law or regulations or instructions conflict with the provisions of this law .

Article -10 - The Minister of Finance instructions to facilitate the implementation of the provisions of this law .

This article was amended by law No. 34 for 2011

Article 11 - This law (the law of customs tariff) as of 30/6/2012 http://www.iraq-lg-law.org/en/node/2189

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Yota, thank you for your effort to bring this over.

Without going through the law line by line, it looks to be the same one that has been in the Gazette since 2011. The last entry, Article 11 allowing for the extention to June 30, 2012, which has been in place for a while. There was talk of excluding food and clothing from the tariffs, but I do not see anything in this document regarding that step.

This document does not seemed to have changed, so I am wondering why it would be republished in June 2012. B)

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Yota, thank you for your effort to bring this over.

Without going through the law line by line, it looks to be the same one that has been in the Gazette since 2011. The last entry, Article 11 allowing for the extention to June 30, 2012, which has been in place for a while. There was talk of excluding food and clothing from the tariffs, but I do not see anything in this document regarding that step.

This document does not seemed to have changed, so I am wondering why it would be republished in June 2012. B)

Tariff started yesterday from what i understand, payable at the end of the month, 30 days!!

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Are you saying Yota the tariffs are in effect as of June 1st?

yes, thats what I was told yesterday zigmeister, and then I stumble on this New Law, so I tend to agreed, with what I was told!!
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Yota, first off thanks for your diligence and bringing these articles to us.

Can anyone help me out here?

Everyone is responding that this is great news,

How does this help us and strengthen the IQD.?

I'm just a blue collar guy and just don't get the connection.

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Yota, first off thanks for your diligence and bringing these articles to us.

Can anyone help me out here?

Everyone is responding that this is great news,

How does this help us and strengthen the IQD.?

I'm just a blue collar guy and just don't get the connection.

From what I understand, the additional costs associated with the tariffs will further cripple the Iraqi blue collar guy, (and everyone else for that matter) by making goods more expensive. This puts more pressure on the GOI and CBI to raise the value of the dinar.

If I'm wrong, I trust the folks here will correct me and we'll both be "edumicated" :D

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From what I understand, the additional costs associated with the tariffs will further cripple the Iraqi blue collar guy, (and everyone else for that matter) by making goods more expensive. This puts more pressure on the GOI and CBI to raise the value of the dinar.

If I'm wrong, I trust the folks here will correct me and we'll both be "edumicated" :D

Thanks Shabbadude.

So along with rising inflation and now this tarriff law which can be up to 20 % of COG the average Iraqi is getting slammed by high prices.

I take it wages are not increasing so this should have the public pressuring the GOI and CBI to do something and soon.

Ok I get it!!

Thanks again!!

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Yota, first off thanks for your diligence and bringing these articles to us.

Can anyone help me out here?

Everyone is responding that this is great news,

How does this help us and strengthen the IQD.?

I'm just a blue collar guy and just don't get the connection.

SocalDinar, first, please don't sell yourself short with the blue collar stuff.

The tariffs that are going into effect will make the cost of the goods coming into the country more expensive, which includes a major portion of the food. The Iraqis have a rich country, but it is in oil. The agriculture and other industries required to run a society have not been built up so that Iraq is a selfsustaining country. They must bring food in from other countries to survive (at this time). Saddam destroyed one of the richest agricultural regions in the Middle East, and it will come back, but for now, they must import food and clothing at a mimimum.

The tariffs will add to the purchasing price of the product, so poor people would be deeply affected by a tariff. It has been thought that the RV would have to take place prior to June 30 2012 in order that the people that can afford it the least, would not be unduly impacted. If the tariffs have been postponed previously, and the June 30, 2012 date is the lastest implementation date. If the tariffs are on, the RV is on.

The June 1 vs June 30 issue goes round and round and is still muddy for me. If the tariffs are in affect as of June 1, 2012, then prices have gone up. No RV yet, so the poor people are impacted.

I hope that helped.

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From what I understand, the additional costs associated with the tariffs will further cripple the Iraqi blue collar guy, (and everyone else for that matter) by making goods more expensive. This puts more pressure on the GOI and CBI to raise the value of the dinar.

If I'm wrong, I trust the folks here will correct me and we'll both be "edumicated" :D

+1 For your excellent analogy "thanks for the post" :D

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Thanks Shabbadude.

So along with rising inflation and now this tarriff law which can be up to 20 % of COG the average Iraqi is getting slammed by high prices.

I take it wages are not increasing so this should have the public pressuring the GOI and CBI to do something and soon.

Ok I get it!!

Thanks again!!

How dare them, it just don't add up with this worthless currency!! For the Greater of Iraq, #1 in Oil!!

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