[You must be registered and logged in to see this image.]
Mubasher: The Iraqi General Authority for Customs denied the grant of some Iranian goods, except for fees.
The Authority said in a statement that there are no exemptions from customs duties for any country, but all covered by the Customs Tariff Law No. (22) of 2010, according to the Iraqi News Agency "conscious".
On Monday, an Iranian delegation visited the General Authority of Customs in Baghdad to discuss ways to simplify the procedures for the entry of goods between the two countries.
The agency said in a statement that it was agreed with the Iranian delegation on the most important points that help in solving problems and obstacles, and tighten control of passengers, wheels and luggage.
She added that the two sides agreed to tighten the containers of goods and be the holder of Iranian customs seals upon arrival at the customs centers of Iraq.
The statement said that the Iranian side talked about the problem of discrepancies in customs duties with the centers of the Kurdistan region.
He pointed out that the General Authority for Customs confirmed that it has completed the file of standardization of customs procedures with Kurdistan in terms of customs procedures and importation and customs duties to standardize customs work from Zakho to Basra.
The Commission confirmed that the Iranian side talked about its experience in the computerization of their customs system and the benefits of this program in simplifying the customs procedures, which in turn confirmed that it is continuing in the project of automating its customs work and computerization of information to simplify procedures and eliminate corruption and increase revenues.
The statement pointed out that the Iranian side discussed the issue of the instability of customs duties, and explained that the tariff is fixed and no increase in fees, but there are decisions for the purpose of imposing additional charges to protect the domestic product.
He concluded the meeting by agreement between Iraq and Iran to form a joint working group to see the obstacles and ways to solve them at the border crossings between the two countries.
[You must be registered and logged in to see this link.]