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10/14/2023 Baghdad –
The Border Ports Authority announced today, Saturday, the arrest of an Iraqi traveler carrying an amount of money exceeding the permissible limit according to the instructions of the Central Bank of Iraq.
A statement by the authority, received by the Iraqi News Agency (INA), stated that “detachments from the Shalamcheh border crossing were able to arrest an Iraqi traveler in the passenger (arrival) hall and seized in his possession an amount of money exceeding the permissible limit according to the instructions of the Central Bank.”
He added, “The traveler was carrying an amount of 61 million and 950 thousand Iraqi dinars,” noting that “a committee was formed, a fundamental arrest report was organized, and the accused was referred to the Shalamcheh Customs Police Station to take appropriate legal measures against him.” LINK
Al-Sudani directs the implementation of financial obligations to complete customs automation and networking requirements
On Saturday, Prime Minister Muhammad Shiaa Al-Sudani directed the implementation of financial commitments to complete the requirements of the first phase of customs automation and networking.
This came while he chaired a meeting devoted to following up on the steps to automate customs and networking, in the presence of representatives of the United Nations Conference on Trade and Development (UNCTAD). According to a statement received by Shafaq News Agency, Al-Sudani reviewed a detailed report explaining the progress of work in implementing the first phase of implementing the global system for automating and modernizing customs (ASYCUDA), and the most prominent problems and challenges and ways to overcome them, leading to the implementation of the single window for foreign trade, through a comprehensive application of information technology, It contributes to unifying customs procedures, issuing electronic declarations, and exchanging data.
The Prime Minister directed the implementation of all financial obligations to complete the requirements of the first phase, and provide the infrastructure necessary for the success of the project.
He also directed the implementation of technical workshops to introduce this important project, which will support the government’s efforts in developing economic structures according to the foundations of integrity and transparency.
Al-Sudani stressed that the customs automation project is one of the most important axes of economic reform adopted by the government as part of the priorities of its government program, and is an important basis and starting point for implementing financial and banking reforms, in accordance with the government’s vision and approach to implementing real trade and combating corruption. LINK
Source: Dinar Recaps
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