Samson » July 7th, 2022
For the first time in years… Iraqi customs revenues for the month of June touched 100 billion dinars
6th July, 2022
The General Authority of Customs announced today, Wednesday, that the revenues for the month of June achieved a great leap that has not been recorded for years, reaching more than 99 billion dinars.
The authority said in a statement received by Shafaq News Agency, “This achievement was achieved despite zeroing customs duties for foodstuffs and construction materials and exempting them from fees according to the decision of the Council of Ministers.”
On Tuesday (3/8/2022), the General Customs Authority announced the start of implementing the decision to zero fees for food and consumer goods.
The authority said in a statement, “Today, procedures for issuing circulars for the implementation of Resolution 72 of 2022, which include zeroing customs duties for basic food and consumer materials and building materials, were implemented in order to support the citizens’ segment and the people’s food, which affects their daily lives to meet the challenges of high prices.” LINK
MilitiaMan » July 7th, 2022
Well well well. Take a look at this. We have been saying since the cows came home that the revenues at the borders will be insane.. They are even at a program rate. Wait until they go out to the world with an internationally acceptable currency exchange rate.. Look at what they are saying about today. We implemented the action.. This is one more item that is in place for the implementation process to bring Purchase Power to the Citizens. imo ~ MM
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