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    Deputy: Communication taxes in the budget are borne by the Iraqi citizen and not by companies

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    Deputy: Communication taxes in the budget are borne by the Iraqi citizen and not by companies Empty Deputy: Communication taxes in the budget are borne by the Iraqi citizen and not by companies

    Post by Rocky Fri 09 Apr 2021, 7:32 am

    Deputy: Communication taxes in the budget are borne by the Iraqi citizen and not by companies

     2021-04-09 06:22
    Taxation on telecommunications and the Internet in the budget law is borne by citizens, not companies, according to Manar al-Shidi, a member of the parliamentary services committee, on Friday.

    "Some parliamentary statements about telecommunications and internet taxes and some sales are contradictory and conflicting, but the truth is that all taxes fall on the citizen," she told Shafq News.

    "For more than five years, the citizen has been paying 5 percent of the taxes on mobile phones, which have not been borne by companies, but have increased their profits despite their poor performance, which is the worst in the world," she said.

    She blamed the Iraqi parliament for imposing "unjustified" taxes on citizens in light of the basic need for telecommunications and internet services as part of e-learning imposed by the corona pandemic prevention measures.

    The Iraqi government imposed taxes on some goods and services in the budget bill passed by parliament on March 31.

    According to the official newspaper, a 15% tax was imposed on imported fuel, a 20% tax on mobile packaging and internet networks, a 100% tax on shopping and cigarettes, a 200% tax on alcoholic and spiritual beverages and a tax stamp of 25,000 dinars per person for foreign travel at airports.
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