[size=36]Parliament recommends electronic customs linking of imported goods to the dollar[/size]
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The Finance Committee in the House of Representatives recommended, on Friday, linking a customs electronic tax for imported goods with the Central Bank of Iraq.
The head of the committee, Haitham al-Jubouri, said, according to the official media, that "the committee does not have data on the volume of imports carried out by the Ministry of Commerce or the Ministry of Planning, but the central bank is responsible for those transactions that are submitted to it."
Al-Jubouri stressed that “the committee demanded that there be an electronic customs and tax link with the Central Bank in order to be sure that the goods for which the dollars are given will enter actual goods through the outlets in exchange for them,” noting that “the currency auction is an offer and demand and so far the price is appropriate and the banks In the remittances, they did not make a large profit, but rather some of them are exposed to a loss if the operating budget you make is taken.”
Al-Jubouri explained that "the Finance Committee hosted the Minister of Finance and the Governor of the Central Bank to find out the monetary and financial measures taken by the government to address the repercussions in the light of which the exchange rate change was approved." Ended 29/A43