Economy| 08:34 - 04/12/2023
Mawazine News - Baghdad
The Ministerial Council for Economy recommended, today, Monday, studying procedures for tracking the entry of imported goods into local markets.
The media office of the Ministerial Council for the Economy stated in a statement received by Mawazine News, that,
“Today, Deputy Prime Minister and Minister of Foreign Affairs, Fawad Hussein, chaired the thirty-seventh session of the Ministerial Council for the Economy, in the presence of the Deputy Prime Minister, Minister of Planning, the Ministers of Trade, Agriculture, Industry, Labor, and Social Affairs, and the Secretary-General of the Council.” Ministers, the Prime Minister’s Advisor for Legal Affairs, and the Undersecretary of the Ministry of Oil, and the Council discussed the items on its agenda and took the appropriate decisions regarding them.” He added,
"The Council discussed the recommendations of the Import Policy Implementation Committee and executive procedures, including
studying mechanisms and procedures for tracking and
controlling the entry of imported goods into local markets and
obligating importers and producers to have a tracking system for goods covered by the decisions of the Central Agency for Standardization and Quality Control (pre-inspection certificate) and
obtaining an enhanced Iraqi quality mark certificate." using a bar code, organizing the standard specifications (name of the importer, distributor, agent, label and all product details) and determining the materials included in the import trade according to a well-thought-out plan.
The Council also decided to increase the cost of the infrastructure implementation project in the New Mishraq district in Basra Governorate.”
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