The economic expert, Hussein Al-Henin, called on Monday for the Iraqi government to impose a tax on the sales of the central bank transferred abroad to save monetary policy in the country.
He said, "The forecasts indicate the arrival of cash reserves of foreign currency to less than $ 36 billion, which is less than the cover of cash designed against the cash mass in Iraqi dinars," pointing out that "the debt reached frightening numbers."
"The Iraqi government is now obliged to put the value added tax on foreign currency transferred abroad in order to maintain a delicate economic balance in the country," he said.
He pointed out that "the money that can be collected from the value-added tax on the sales of the Central Bank transferred abroad estimated at 10 billion dollars a year." C
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