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    Al-Kazemi directs the advisory board to re-examine a decision taken by Saddam Hussein's regime

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    Al-Kazemi directs the advisory board to re-examine a decision taken by Saddam Hussein's regime Empty Al-Kazemi directs the advisory board to re-examine a decision taken by Saddam Hussein's regime

    Post by Rocky Thu 01 Jul 2021, 7:29 am

    [size=30]Al-Kazemi directs the advisory board to re-examine a decision taken by Saddam Hussein's regime
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    On Thursday, Prime Minister Mustafa Al-Kazemi directed the advisory body to re-examine the decision of the dissolved Revolutionary Command Council regarding exempting foreign companies from financial obligations.  
      
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    And the General Secretariat of the Council of Ministers stated in a statement, of which “Nass” received a copy, (1 July 2021), that “the Prime Minister, Mustafa Al-Kazemi, directed, during the twenty-fifth regular session of the Council, that the Council of Advisers coordinate between it and the ministries (Finance, Planning, And oil, construction, housing, municipalities, public works, and electricity), to re-examine the draft law to abolish the decision of the Revolutionary Command Council (dissolved No.  

    The directive stipulated, according to the statement, that "the results of the study shall be submitted to the legal committee formed in the General Secretariat of the Council of Ministers based on the provisions of Article (6) of the Cabinet's bylaw, to re-submit the aforementioned draft law."  

    The statement pointed out that "the decision of the dissolved Revolutionary Command Council in question was to exempt foreign companies executing development projects in Iraq from all fees and taxes accrued on them, due to the implementation of those projects, including income tax realized on the incomes of their non-Iraqi affiliates, to be applied The exemption stipulated in this resolution for new projects whose contracts are signed after the date of implementation of this resolution.  
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