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Parliamentary Economic accuses the executive authorities shoddy goods to enter the country

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Parliamentary Economic accuses the executive authorities shoddy goods to enter the country



11/26/15

BAGHDAD / Sky Press: Private / F, N.
Accused the deputy chairman of the parliamentary Committee of Economy and Investment Harith al-Harthy, Thursday, the executive authorities as the largest in charge of the introduction of shoddy goods to the Iraqi market, indicating that the absence of border control contributed significantly to the exacerbation of the matter.

Harthy said in a statement the "Sky Press," that "the executive authorities are in charge of the first and the largest for an entry bad goods to Iraq," calling on them to "severe and fair procedures for the followers dominated the shoddy goods and Outdated".

He called the border crossing points and Aljhazantrza for Standardization and Quality Control to "put is very harsh conditions on offenders," noting that "there are external and agendas of political parties manipulating the market in order to destroy his movement to destroy the Iraqi citizen."

He noted that "the greed of traders led to shoddy goods flooding the market, in addition to the lack of border control contributed significantly to the exacerbation of the matter", adding that "the government has not only a simple theory of action would be inadequate follow".

And saw the Iraqi market since 2003, heavy commercial traffic for the import of various goods and qualities different from without regard to their quality and durability and origins, while attributed Economists specialists in the Iraqi market this excessive import to the market need a lot of goods that were banned during the many decades of ago because of the economic policy followed in that period without regard to the quality and durability of what is being imported and direct and indirect impact on the Iraqi consumer.

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