MPs call for the imposition of taxes on imported goods
Wednesday, 10/21/2015 1:12
Baghdad news / Baghdad
called on the Member of Parliament for the Liberal bloc militant al-Moussawi, to impose taxes on imported goods to support domestic production, which the Ministry of Industry and Minerals has succeeded in restoring some of it. Moussawi said in a statement received "Baghdad News" a copy of "The Ministry of Industry has succeeded in re local cement production in Karbala Cement Plant after the economic and financial problems faced by the country, what the reason for the production halt during the last stage ", adding that" this success is calculated for the Iraqi industry and Matufarh of operation of labor and reduce unemployment in the province and to provide background material for the building. "He added Moussawi said "a new problem emerged recently, which would cause the elimination of the cement industry in the country and the consequent and other industries of the migration of young people and cut off the livelihood of the families that work their masters in those laboratories are allowed to cement imported to enter the country without the imposition of any taxes by the problem," stressing that "such a thing surprising and demonstrates the lack of planning and mismanagement or she being deliberately against the amounts paid to those in charge of this issue." He called al-Moussawi government to "impose a tax on all imported goods and to support the Ministry of Industry as produced by its factories and laboratories and sale of production in the markets and to require ministries to limit the purchase of the local product, knowing that the cement product of Karbala plant whose specification is a global accredited in the French company Lafarge. "and between al-Moussawi said" the same mistake was repeated in the production of transformer plant in Diyala, which produces electrical power transformers world-class certified company " Siemens' German and cheaply, however, the Ministry of Electricity to buy Saudi transducers origin of lower quality specifications. "
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