Basra border ports has doubled its revenues
Thursday 11.12.2015 0:22
/ Basra / Baghdad news
announced the presidency of the provincial council in Basra about doubled land border ports revenues and marine located within the boundaries of the province as a result of the Iraqi government retreat from the application of the tariff law, as well as the decision to increase the sales tax on some types of imported goods, while the Committee called for the border crossing points in Council not to ratify the next year's budget law before deleting the clause stating that re-apply the tariff law. The head of the provincial council Sabah Hassan Albzona in an interview I followed "Baghdad News" that "land and sea border crossings revenues, located in the province has more than four times after the decline from the application of the tariff law, and then freeze the application of the decision to increase the sales tax, "noting that" the jump made in the amount of revenue is the best proof that such a law failed and harmful to the national economy and the decisions, and that the House of Representatives has ratified. "He pointed Albzona that "the Ministry of Finance no longer has the power to issue such a future decisions affecting the southern border ports paralyzed, with four days the Ministry has transferred its powers to the provinces before," adding that "conservatives are supposed to stand up to such a improvisational decisions counterproductive and disastrous for the situation economic. "For his part, Chairman of the Committee of border crossings in the provincial council Morteza cream lipodeca that" border crossings in Basra said I came out of the recession after stopping the application of the tariff law and the decision to increase the sales tax on certain kinds of imported goods, "explaining that" the Safwan border port between Iraq and Kuwait achieved during the first four days of this month revenues of two billion dinars. "He pointed lipodeca that" the provincial council objected to the re-application of the tariff law over the next year ", adding that" the Committee of border crossings asked some members of the provincial council during a meeting Two days ago, at the headquarters of the Council not to pass the budget bill by the deletion of the paragraph which provides for the re-application of the tariff law. "The Chairman of the Committee that" the land border ports in the province was still placed miserable, they lack basic services, "noting that" the provincial council spent funds for the purpose of development of these ports, and today was six million dinar exchange for the purpose of lighting Shalamcheh border port. "
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