Wed Jan 08 2014 02:50 | (Voice of Iraq)
Student spokesman for the bloc white MP Kadhim al-Shammari, Wednesday, the government apply the law of customs tariff on all border crossing points, without exception, praising the government's decision to activate the law of customs tariff in support of the product local, wishing that it is applied well in one-on agricultural and industrial sectors and all business.
Al-Shammari said in a press statement to his press office, said that "the application of the customs tariff law starting this year is an important decision and with the dimensions of an economic mission to support the local product and national industry after the failure that accompanied the local industry because of crowding out foreign goods with cheap prices and poor quality to them."
"The implementation of the resolution should be to Aitakerr the same mistakes the previous signed out through the application of the decision at all border crossings, including the port of Abraham in the Kurdistan region, because leaving the implementation of the resolution selectively give counterproductive and will harm the largest of its utility through recession cargo in ports all governorates of Iraq and the continued entry of outlets the region. "
He noted that "we we wish to apply the law to all sectors with a time of one and not the exception, some or applied gradually and the inclusion of all sectors of agricultural, industrial and commercial to this resolution in support of the product local in order to be a message of reassurance from the government to the investor and the farmer extent of government attention to developing those sectors in the country."
Shammari stressed "the need to cooperate with the citizens of this decision to be implemented properly," he said, adding "some resentment Satlashi over time with the growing sense of the difference is clear the quality of the product that will accompany certainly moderation in the prices of those products."
Office media spokesman for the bloc white
MP Kadhim al-Shammari
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