Jordanian demand for Iraq, excluding exports of customs
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The Amman Chamber of Industry called on the Iraqi government, except for Jordanian manufactured goods, to implement the free trade agreement signed between the two countries.
The President of the Chamber Ziad al-Homsi told Al-Rai newspaper that the Iraqi government decided on 5 June to impose additional customs duties on several goods, including men's suits (20%), chicken (50%), dishwashing devices (30%), 85%) and some vaccines and vaccines (100%), stressing that this list will lead to further decline in Jordanian exports to the Iraqi market.
Al-Homsi explained that the Amman Chamber of Industry will put the next Jordanian government in front of its responsibilities to follow up the exemption of Jordanian products exported to Iraq from the customs duties imposed by Baghdad about nine months ago and by up to 30% along with any new customs duties.
Jordanian exports to Iraq have seen a sharp decline in the past five years.