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The Customs Authority said on Saturday that its customs centers in the ports of Basra province are working normally and at a growing pace after the deflation that followed the decision of the Council of Ministers to unify the customs procedures with the Kurdistan region, which has affected the fears of traders and importers.
"The decision contributed to the increase in revenues, contrary to what was announced, as there was no rise in customs duties on goods and goods, but many customs duties were reduced, which contributed to encouraging importers to increase their imports," the authority said in a statement today.
The authority added that "the center of the customs of Umm Qasr al-Shamali registered on Friday about two billion dinars, the highest revenues recorded at all border crossings of Iraq and the number of containers cleared during the month of March more than (1400) container through the same port after the completion of customs procedures Which refutes the news that talked about the suspension of Basra ports and allegations reluctance traders to enter their goods through their ports and their direction to the ports of the Kurdistan Region.
The Commission explained in its statement that it "is keen to implement the decision to unify the customs procedures at all border crossings of Iraq because of its positive implications in the interest of developing customs work and upgrading it to the countries of the world and is following up with government agencies to monitor the implementation of the decision by the ports of the region Kurdistan ".
It is noteworthy that the Kurdistan Regional Government and the federal government in Baghdad have reached a formula to unify customs tariff and the closure of customs points between the region and the rest of the Iraqi provinces.